Those tasty beverages aren't going to serve themselves. Your guests will see you coming with this bright orange tray that's functional, good looking and easy to clean.
Light up the night with these festive little lanterns.
Hanging papel picado across your party space will give it the feel of an authentic Mexican celebration.
When the evening brings cooler temperatures, keep your guests warm with this gorgeous, colorful alpaca throw.
Your bar won’t be complete without a salt-rimming plate and lime juicer. Your drinks (and guests) will thank you!
These lively and fun ceramic coasters are almost too cute to cover up with a drink. Sold separately.
This iron scroll table just screams Mexican courtyard, does it not?
Bring in the feel of the desert with cacti and succulents planted in aluminum tubs. These are superhardy and will look good in any environment.
Whether you’re serving agua fresca or sangria, a big jug-style drink dispenser is a great staple to have on hand for entertaining.
If you’re serious about your Cinco de Mayo parties, then you need a serious margarita maker. This one means business.
Rick Bayless is truly a master of Mexican food; keep one of his cookbooks on hand for all the best recipes.
Classic margarita glasses with a cobalt blue rim are perfect for parties.
These delicate eyelet napkins remind me of the mantillas (veils) Hispanic women have been wearing for centuries.
The piñata is a party classic for a reason: It’s fun to beat the filling out of a paper donkey! Line up your friends and let them have a whack.
I love the idea of hanging graphic art on your gallery wall to match the look and theme you’re going for.
Without a doubt, tacos should be on your menu. Keep those tortillas warm in this handmade piece of Mexican pottery.