Cinco de Mayo literally means the fifth of May. It is the day that the Mexican army defeated the French in the Battle of Pueblo. Two years later they ran the French out of Mexico, thus ending all foriegn occupation of Mexico. It is a party that celebrates freedom and liberty.
If you are planning a Cinco de Mayo party, you can download free printable party invitations at the following url:
The Cinco de Mayo party invitations are quarter fold party invitations, meaning you fold an 8 1/2 sheet of paper in half and then fold it in half again to create a single party invitation. Don’t forget to make a printable envelope to go with your party invitation. You can find detailed instructions at our website here:
If you want to send someone a Cinco de Mayo greeting card, you can find them here:
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