Wednesday, October 31, 2012

A Dallas Family Goes Big for Dia de los Muertos

On Monday I had the pleasure of visiting the home of Guillermo and Melissa Tristan in South Dallas. This amazing couple goes all out for Dia de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead. At the end of each October, their home is awash in paper flowers, skulls, skeletons, sugared treats and Halloween decor. Melissa was introduced to Dia de los Muertos by her husband, Guillermo, whose family is originally from Mexico.

Here are some photos of their spectacular spread. It's an inspiring, eye-popping explosion of color. I originally covered this home for Houzz.com, so please go take a look at all the photos (HERE) and read the full article if you have a moment.  Happy Halloween everybody!

 













Read the full article HERE.

4 comments:

Connie said...

What fun! We saw lots of decorations while in Mexico, but nothing like that. Very cool.

Bethany [at] Powell Brower Home said...

oh arent they clever?! otami and all!

Katherine Wolak said...

That is so adorable! What a colour filled party scene! :D Also, you are invited to my Christmas giveaway!

Hugs,

Emily said...

Love the front door wreath!