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View of the Rex Mardi Gras parade as it rolls down Canal Street in New Orleans.

Traditional Mardi Gras Jester Float Postcard

Shop Traditional Mardi Gras Jester Float Postcard created by mardigrasunmasked.

Centerpiece + grab-and-go Mardi Gras accessories = these easy to make decorations! Everyone will be jazzed over these giant cocktail glasses filled with tons of "throws" and adorned with feathered masks!

Centerpiece + grab-and-go Mardi Gras accessories Everyone will be jazzed over these giant cocktail glasses filled with tons of "throws" and adorned with feathered masks!

Zula coconuts! I have one that is about 20 years old, and  it does have a smell to it!

Like the beads, this is another popular throw in New Orleans. The golden nugget is actually a coconut, painted and decorated with the Mardi Gras feel. I still have mine from my only visit to Mardi Gras in

Statue City Park Putt Putt, Mardi Gras  Still would be an awesome costume!

Statue City Park Putt Putt, Mardi Gras Still would be an awesome costume!

French Court Jester - Bing Images

Mardi Gras The celebration of Mardi Gras came to North America from France where it had been celebrated since the Middle Ages. The origins of Mardi Gras can be traced to medieval Europe, passing t…

Jester outside Mardi Gras museum

Jester outside Mardi Gras museum in New Orleans Louisiana

A great way to decorate this mardi gras is with the purple, green and yellow mardi gras paper lanterns.

Set of 6 Mixed 2 Size Purple Yellow Green Round Paper Lantern Lampshade for Wedding Birthday Mardi Gras Halloween Party Decoration

The History of the Shamrock- by Michelle Gervais.  Full of symbolism, this plant has mystical roots. Shamrocks have been symbolic of many things over the years. According to legend, the shamrock was a sacred plant to the Druids of Ireland because its leaves formed a triad, and three was a mystical number in the Celtic religion, as in many others. St. Patrick used the shamrock in the 5th century to illustrate the doctrine of the Holy Trinity as he introduced Christianity to Ireland

The History of the Shamrock ~ For Druid, Celtic religions, symbolized the mystical number St. Patrick used the shamrock to illustrate the Holy Trinity as he introduced Christianity to Ireland.

This is SO cool!! This would be so awesome for a party, or a cultural wedding maybe? Fashion shoots, anything.

Black Filigree "FLOWER" Venetian Masquerade Mardi Gras Costume Halloween Mask

Her Royal Highness - Queen of Hearts Masquerade Mask Rhinestone Birthday Party, Halloween Costume, Masquerade Ball

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