Jazz up your party with fabulous, unique Mardi Gras Invitations. No matter what you’re celebrating, we have the perfect original invitations for Fat Tuesday invitations, Bourbon Street invitations, Cajun Cooking Invitations, French Quarter Invitations, Masquerade Invitations or Mardi Gras Extravaganza invitations. Our collection of party invitations are sure to spice up any Mardi Gras Party.
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The hurricanes are flowing, the prized beads are piling up, our Mardi Gras Revelers are painting the town New Orleans style while they hide behind their mardi gras masks enjoying the best of Mardi Gras on our Revelers Mardi Gras Party Invitations.
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If you can’t make it to New Orleans for Mardi Gras, do the next best thing and throw a party! And, if your crowd loves a rowdy night of revelry, this Show Us Your Beads invitation will delight them.
The Shimmery Purple Venetian Mask Invitations are printed on shimmery white quartz paper and come with matching shimmery white envelopes, perfect for carnival or Mardi Gras party invitations. This design also comes in Silver, Gold or Pink mask colors.
If you’re looking for a Mardi Gras cocktail, try this Bourbon Green Tea Cocktail. Some of the tips for making this refreshing cocktail are: don’t over steep your tea, use fresh lemon juice and make sure you are using Bourbon, not just any whiskey. Get the recipe from the Living in Vogue blog. Cheers!
Pat O’Brien’s in New Orleans famous French Quarter, created the Hurricane Cocktail, a rum based drink that packs a pretty good punch. It goes down real easy (I have personal experience with these at Pat O’Brien’s, but that’s another story.) Great drink for your Mardi Gras Party!
Hurricane Cocktail Recipe
1.5 oz amaretto liqueur
1 oz light rum
1 oz dark rum
6 oz orange juice
6 oz pineapple juice
1 tsp lemon juice
1 dash grenadine syrup
orange or pineapple slices for garnish
1 maraschino cherry
- Fill a tall (approx 16 oz) glass with ice.
- Pour in the amaretto and light and dark rums.
- Next, add the orange juice, pineapple juice, and lemon juice. Stir, then top with a dash of grenadine and garnish with an orange slice or pineapple wedge and a cherry.
If you’re thinking of serving champagne for your party, you might want to try French 75 cocktails – a combination of Champagne, Gin, simple syrup and lemon juice.