Tips from the Evite pro’s: Set your table on stacked wooden pallets! Gather blankets and pillows (lay plastic tablecloths on the ground before you put your blankets down to block moisture) to create the perfect backyard casual ambiance.
I absolutely love how they used a chalk ink marker to write guests names on mini sweet peppers! They also added texture to the table by using terra cotta pot saucers as chargers. Brilliant!
You just have to have chips and salsa at a Cinco de Mayo Fiesta! They used a round galvanized tray to hold chips, guacamole and Old El Paso Thick N Chunky Mild Salsa.
These mini taco bites (easy recipe) are the perfect fiesta appetizer!
I love how these Old El Paso Stand n Stuff Taco Shells stand on their own! Such a great way to serve them to guests!
For dessert they passed out store-bought churros. Simply cut strips of parchment paper and wrap the strips around the center of the churros so guests can keep their hands clean!
And last, but not least, make your own DIY taco bowls!
6-inch Old El Paso flour tortillas
Taco fixings (Evite used ground beef, tomatoes, guacamole, sour cream, onions, shredded cheese and salsa)
Step 1: Flip the muffin tin upside down. Place flour tortilla between four upside-down muffin cups, then mold the tortilla into the creases. This should create four corners in the tortilla and a crevice in the middle where the fixings will go. Three tortillas should fit on a standard 12-muffin tin. Bake tortillas for 15 minutes or until golden brown.
Step 2: Once the taco bowls have cooled, add fixings and serve!
And don’t forget the invitation! Invite guests to your backyard fiesta with this free Cinco de Mayo Evite invitation!
This is a sponsored post by Evite and Old El Passo. Compensation may have been received in conduction with this post, however, all views and opinions are true and my very own.