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Cinco de Mayo Decorations & Party Supplies

Red, White, and Green Crepe Streamer Red, White, and Green Crepe Streamer

Red, White, and Green Crepe Streamer

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Plastic Chili Pepper Margarita Glasses Plastic Chili Pepper Margarita Glasses

One (1) Plastic Chili Pepper Margarita Glass per package

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Burro Pinata Burro Pinata

Burro Pinata

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Plastic Mexican Cutout Banner (1/pkg) Plastic Mexican Cutout Banner

Plastic Mexican Cutout Banner

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Put some spice in your Cinco de Mayo fiesta!

Celebrate Cinco de Mayo and decorate with our fun and festive fiesta decorations and party supplies. PartyCheap has a great selection of Cinco de Mayo decorations, wall hangings and cutouts and colorful table and drink ware to get your shopping list finished.
Cinco de Mayo Sombrero Centerpieces
Throw a fun dinner party for family and friends with Mexican influences like our inflatable chili peppers, banners, streamers, cut-outs, pennants and party favors. Our large selection of Mexican party decorations are sure to set an authentic feel. Get your guests in the fiesta mood from the start with fun and creative Cinco de Mayo party invitations.

Many of our Cinco de Mayo decorations are made of all-weather material, making them a a natural part of your Cinco de Mayo shopping list!

Cinco de Mayo Fun Facts

  1. Cinco de Mayo is celebrates the Mexican victory over France at the Battle of Puebla during the Franco-Mexican War (1861-1867).
  2. Mexicans Independence Day is May 5th, it's September 16.
  3. In Mexico Cinco de Mayo is called El Día de la Batalla de Puebla (The Day of the Battle of Puebla).
  4. The festival is more widely celebrated in the U.S. than in Mexico.
  5. The largest Cinco de Mayo celebration in the U.S. is in Los Angeles, Ca.
  6. According to the California Avocado Commission, more than 81 million avocados are consumed by Americans on Cinco de Mayo - usually in guacamole.
  7. Cinco de Mayo is considered the biggest day for margarita sales in the USA.
  8. Top Mexican Restaurants by State according to
Alabama: El Barrio, Birmingham
Alaska: El Dorado, Anchorage
Arizona: Barrio Café, Phoenix
Arkansas: Taqueria El Palenque, Little Rock
California: Guelaguetza, Los Angeles
Colorado: Tacos Tequila Whiskey, Denver
Connecticut: El Charrito, Riverside
Delaware: El Pique, Wilmington
Florida: Talavera, Coral Gables
Georgia: El Rey Del Taco, Atlanta
Hawaii: Alejandro’s, Honolulu
Idaho: Tin Roof Tacos, Boise
Illinois: Topolobampo, Chicago
Indiana: Indy Tacos, Indianapolis
Iowa: Tacos Mariana’s, Des Moines
Kansas: Taco Republic, Kansas City
Kentucky: El Mariachi, Louisville
Louisiana: Johnny Sanchez, New Orleans
Maine: Taco Escobarr, Portland
Maryland: Tortilleria Sinaloa, Baltimore
Massachusetts: El Sarape, Boston
Michigan: Taqueria El Rey, Detroit
Minnesota: Las Teresitas, Minneapolis
Mississippi: Green Ghost Tacos, Jackson
Missouri: La Tejana Taqueria, St. Louis
Montana: Taco Del Sol, Missoula
Nebraska: La Choza, Omaha
Nevada: Bonito Michoacan, Las Vegas
New Hampshire: El Colima, Nashua
New Jersey: Panchos Mexican Taqueria, Atlantic City
New Mexico: El Modelo, Albuquerque
New York Cosme, New York City
North Carolina: Super Taqueria, Durham
North Dakota: Arnaldo’s, Bismarck
Ohio: Barrio, Cleveland
Oklahoma: Tarahumara’s Mexican Café & Cantina, Norman
Oregon: Taqueria y Panaderia de La Santa Cruz, Portland
Pennsylvania: Distrito, Philadelphia
Rhode Island: Tallulah’s Taqueria, Providence
South Carolina: Minero, Charleston
South Dakota: Sabor A Mexico, Rapid City
Tennessee: Las Tortugas, Memphis
Texas: Hugo’s Regional Mexican Cuisine, Houston
Utah: Red Iguana, Salt Lake City
Vermont: El Gato Cantina, Burlington and Essex Junction
Virginia: Taqueria Tres Reyes, Manassas
Washington: Mezcaleria Oaxaca, Seattle
Washington, D.C.: Oyamel
West Virginia: Maria’s Taqueria, Shepherdstown
Wisconsin: Taqueria Guadalajara, Madison
Wyoming: San Juan, Jackson