It’s October and that can mean only one thing: Día de los Muertos is almost here!
In the past three years since we launched SpanglishBaby, we’ve found that this is one holiday we’ve all grown to love and embrace. Not only because it’s a beautiful way to remember and celebrate our loved ones who have passed, but also because the holiday is so rich in colors, foods, traditions and symbolisms that represent so well what makes our Latino culture so unique.
Yes, the way we celebrate Day of the Dead is mostly a tradition from Mexico, since in other parts of Latin America it’s a bit more somber, but it’s so beautiful and unique that I feel we’ve all embraced it and made it our own in one way or another.
We’ve collected all the Day of the Dead posts full of history, recipes, crafts, activities and even printable greeting cards we’ve shared throughout the years in one place for your easy access. We’ve also made this page a blog hop so that any of you who have your own articles relating to anything Día de los Muertos to add your link so we can make this a huge collection of everything Day of the Dead (FYI, at the bottom of that page you can also grab a code if you want to embed the blog hop on your page).
Let’s get this celebration started! Visit your one-stop Day of the Dead celebration page here.
Share with us in the comments below, how do you celebrate Day of the Dead?