Spanish Girl 15th Birthday

October 24, 2008 sweet15idea
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How did the rose become the Blessed Virgin’s flower?  Why is the rose connected to a Spanish girl’s 15th birthday.  Below is the story. 
In Mexico, almost 500 years ago Our Lady appeared to the poor and humble Juan Diego.  The Bishop refused to believe Juan so Our Lady visited him again.  She had Juan gather roses on a cold December day, rap them in his Tilma and present them to the Bishop.  In the Indian cultures of that time, the tilma (apron) was the exterior expression of the innermost identity of the person.  The roses fell to the floor before the Bishop but on Juans’s Tilma now appeared the image of Our Lady of Guadalupe.  His Tilma may be seen today hanging at the Shrine at Guadalupe. The Virgin Mother said these words to Juan:
  “I truly am your merciful Mother… of all who dwell in this land, of all those who love me, of those who cry to me. Here I shall listen to their weeping and their sorrows.  …I shall cure their many sufferings, afflictions, and sorrows.
Quince Anos Jewelry humbly presents its Pearls and Roses Collection for your inspection.   


A solid sterling silver pendent presenting three real life minature roses grown in Mexico.  The three roses symbolize the Quince Girl’s beauty, purity and innocence as she is presented to the world.  The pendent is hanging from a string of genuine hand strung cultured pearls and sterling silver separaters enhancing their rich luster.  Everything about this exquisite piece speaks of quality and love.  All Quince Anos Rose pieces have been sprinkled with miraculous holy water directly from the Shine of Our Lady of Guadalupe in Mexico. 

Also, don’t miss out on the Quince Anos Poetry Slam.  The poetry Slam invites all Quince Girls to join the Quinceanera Poetry Slam.  Every month we will choose the best Quince poem and publish it on the Quince Anos Jewelry Website.

Each month’s Quinceanera poem winner will receive a Quinceanera DVD Movie.  Lucky winners will be announced the 1st day of each month.   Please submit your Quince Poem to

 Check out our Tiaras and Scepters, Rings and Bracelets at:  QUINCE ANOS JEWELRY


Best Quince Poem September 2008: 


 My Father’s Eyes

When I saw how proud he was

Of all that I’d become

I took my locket from my neck 

Dad, keep this for all you’ve done.


On Quince night

My dance with him

I’ll never ever forget

His tears of love

Just broke my heart 

His lifetime of work and debt


I prayed for strenght

To be the woman of grace

Leave the little girl behind

To understand a daughter’s job

And kissed his forehead one last time


Please submit your Quince Poem to: 

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