Tuesday, August 10, 2010

Cascarones - on Film

Since David's 25th Birthday Fiesta had to be moved inside after planning for an outdoor party, all of the cascarones went untouched. (Cascarones are used during Cinco de Mayo and other holidays - you crack a hollowed-out egg shell over people's heads and confetti pours out.) Over the next week, I brought T some of the eggs to play with outside. She loved them and was, naturally, very curious and studied them closely. Cute confetti-covered girl.

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You can view them all HERE.

David's Fiesta photos are delayed. I sadly neglected to send off a roll of film to the lab, so I'm waiting on those files.

Love, K

all images © Kallie Brynn Photography

1 comment:

Piper said...

Darling! I love cascarones. Fiesta is approaching in San Antonio and my husband's birthday is in the middle of the city-wide celebration. Cascarones are a MUST! If you ever get the chance to visit San Antonio during Fiesta, you should do it. It's a more family friendly version of Mardi Gras; a very fun time!!

Love the house too! (We have an old Craftsman home in SA!)

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