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Papel Picado 

Mexican paper garland

Originally conceived as a symbol announcing a religious event (Days of the Dead, Easter, pilgrimages) the papel picado - literally “perforated paper” - is a traditional and ephemeral decorative element created from tissue paper and handmade inspiration. Its designs have been adapted to the festivity character of any special event.

Through generations, families of San Salvador, from the State of Puebla, have been devoted to preparing every year this essential and inherent element of Mexican fiestas, especially the Reynoso family, who offers new designs to decorate your celebrations.

Craftsmen's Diary - Familia Reynoso