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Mardi Gras

Ballin’s LTD

Dante Street: (504) 866-4367
Magazine Street: (504) 891-4502

This beautiful piece is designed by Hazel Smyth and part of her gold stix collection. The piece features
Amethyst Cabochon stud and Green Agate.

 

 

 

 

 




New Orleans City Park

(504) 482-4888

Take a breather from the parades and visit New Orleans City Park! With the world’s largest collection of mature live oaks, hot beignets, public art and more – you’ll be glad you did!
 


Elizabeth’s

(504) 833-3717

The perfect evening gown for your next Mardi Gras ball.
 



Sapphire Events

(504) 383-4376

We always love to bring a little “Mardi parti” into our wedding day celebration with a second line! At Sapphire Events, the party starts with us! Photography by Arte de Vie.
 


Febe Clothing

(504) 835-5250

Vignette Necklace from Sennod Jewelry Design with interchangeable pendants. L to R: Vintage Krewe of Rex Medallion, Green Onyx with Diamond Bezel, Art Deco Inspired with Colored Crystals.
 


Yvonne LaFleur

(504) 866-9666

For those chilly Carnival Nites, top your ball gown with a cashmere and fox cape. Available in Black, Red, Beige and Grey. The perfect addition to your evening best.
 



John’s Tuxedos

(504) 455-5353

Mardi Gras ties, vest, cuff links and traditional full dress tails now available at John’s Tuxedos for rent or purchase. Let John’s Tuxedos take care of your Carnival needs.
 



Little Travelers

LittleTravelersNola.com

Enjoy parades like a local with a kid’s Mardi Gras ladder. It’s a great way to see the action and catch some beads. Little Travelers provides baby equipment and toy rentals with complimentary delivery and pickup. Visit their website to see their full line of rentals.
 



The National WWII Museum

(504) 528-1944

The National WWII Museum provides a variety of venues available for luncheons, daytime meetings, a “Day at the Museum” experience, evening receptions and dinners from eight to 3,000+ guests. TripAdvisor rates the Museum as the top attraction in New Orleans, #4 museum in the United States, and #11 museum in the world.
 



Queork

Chartres Street: (504) 481-4910
Magazine Street: (504) 388-6803

Cork Mardi Gras Beads by QUEORK. Imagine what they will do for these! These giant cork beads are hand strung using .5”, 1.5” and 2” diameter cork balls. Quantity is very limited, so get yours before they sell out and you have to earn them! 
 



The Linen Registry

(504) 831-8228

Bring in Mardi Gras Season with these Oak Forest Designs 12” taper glitter candles in Mardi Gras colors. They’re also available in 18” tapers and assorted pillar sizes. They shimmer with ambient light and it sets for a really festive mood.
 



Scriptura

Magazine Street: (504) 897-1555
Metairie: (504) 219-1113

Everything you need to throw the best parade party on the avenue. Cups: package of 10; napkins: package of 25; King Cake invitations: package of 10.
 


NOLA Couture

Magazine Street: (504) 319-5959
Saint Peter Street: (504) 875-3522

Mix it up this Mardi Gras season with one of NOLA Couture’s mix and match bow ties! Stop by their store to create your own mix and match combination.
 



Mignon Faget

MignonFaget.com

The Mignon Faget sterling silver Mardi Gras Doubloon Dangles and Pendant feature a Fleur de Lis, and the famous Mf. initials on the reverse. This matching set is a tribute to one of the oldest and most cherished throws of Carnival, originating at the Krewe of Rex parade in the 1950s.

 

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