I came across the show Sweet Fifteen: Quinceanera, and decided to give it a try. I was initially horrified by the idea, as I thought it was going to be another version of My Super Sweet 16. Fortunately, I was wrong.
Sweet Fifteen: Quinceanera showcases a company that organizes Quinceaneras and the families who plan them. What's great about this show is the creative party planning ideas that we see, as well as the families and teenagers that we meet. I thought we'd be seeing mental breakdowns and crazy demands, but instead, we see some very nice people celebrating wonderful moments in their lives.
Yes, there is drama (someone collapses in one episode), but we see girls and their families as they go through the planning process and enjoy their special days. And we see some really awesome stuff, like a photo shoot featuring baby tigers. (Hint: they're adorable. ADORABLE.) Whereas My Super Sweet Sixteen focused on drama and not getting the right color car, Sweet Fifteen sheds a much more positive light on party planning.
If you're looking for a fun show that will make you feel good about our youth, give this show a try. I loved it! Sure, parents go all out on their party plans, but the kids are likeable, so you want them to love their big days. Plus, watching party planners Alexis and Jarling make Quinceneara dreams come true is awesome, and you can truly see their talent shine.
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