Large Paper Marigold
In Pixar's COCO Party!
Handmade & Fair Trade; Don Carlos has been making paper flowers for 50 years,utilizing unique, high quality techniques.
HECHO EN MEXICO.
Our Paper Marigolds & Dia de los Muertos Banners were used by PIXAR for their COCO film wrap up party.
In the Aztec language of NAHUATL, "XEMPA" (Dead) & "XOCHITL" (Flower). The spelling was changed in Castillian Spanish to 'Cempazuchil' for easier pronounciation. The traditional flower of Day of the Dead, the marigold represents the sun's rays. Because the sun is the origin of all living things, the marigold symbolizes that the deceased has not lost their place in the universe.