These Quinceañera Moments Happened At Everyone’s 2000s Quinceañera

The traditions of quinceañeras date back to Aztec times, but as with most things each generation puts its own spin on the tradition. Por ejemplo, if you had a quinceañera in the 00s, the following are a few #SMHD tell-tale signs.

Your dress was like WOW!

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The colors, the details, the embroidery; it was all ON!

Your cake was elaborate.

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Your cake made most wedding cakes want to hide in shame.

The theme was taken seriously.

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Zoot suits were a classic theme.

Choreography had to be on point.

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You and your court practiced for weeks on end to get all the dances right. I mean, you even vals’d in your sleep because you didn’t want to miss a step.

READ: Quinceañera Vals Dances that Went Terribly Wrong

Your music selection was eclectic.

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No one would be disappointed. Mariachi a must for the older folks and a DJ for your friends.

You and your crew rode in style.

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It made you feel like royalty.

You had a super stretch Hummer if you were extra fancy.

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Whatever, your super elegante limo was WAY more classy.

Your last muñeca was sacred.

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You’re not sure why, but it seemed like a good idea to keep your last doll all enclosed during the party, lest she end up in rehab à la Lindsay Lohan.

There was seating drama.

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Deciding where everyone was going to sit and who would be at the head table created escándalos worthy of a telenovela.

Centerpieces were works of art.

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These one-of-a-kind works of art took HOURS to make. You had to practically glue them down to the tables so no one would take them home.

Your quince photos were a production.

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Uh, at the time it seemed like a good idea to take “outdoor” photos without going outdoors. What were we thinking?

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