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Technicolor Dreams

As the Louisiana Carnival’s biggest parade, which starts in New Orleans' Mid-City neighborhood and heads through the Central Business District toward the Superdome, the magic happens on the floats, in the streets and beyond.

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Setting the Tone

Bridesmaids dresses in an array of flattering hues and styles to complement your ladies in waiting

Shimmer and Shine

Bridal bijoux with big day flair

Love in Bloom

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Farm-to-table fare gives guests true taste of New Orleans

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Easygoing Élan

Natural elements and subtle fields of color shape this casually chic abode brimming with style

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A stylish abode overlooking Bayou Teche.

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