I love, love love having this seasonal celebration. It brings such meaning to the fall season. It’s a time to tie in a Mexican Cultural Tradition with really and truly honoring and remembering our loved ones.
First We made some Pan de Muerto. We brought old photos of our loved ones and talked about their likes and dislikes. We put out things they like to eat and drink.
We made garlands with the Marigold which is the Day Of The Dead Flower and is used in offerings to the spirits during the Day of the Dead observance.
We made skeleton masks to represent our own mortality and the playfulness we can have to celebrate life.