Courtesy Pretty My Party
When Cristy of Pretty My Party asked Emily—the designer behind Magnolia Creative Co.—to style a Mardi Gras party, she made sure to tie every element of the table into the theme. Front and center on the tablescape is a brass bowl filled with purple, green and gold ornaments, with coordinating coins to boot.
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Mardi Gras Clowns
It might be celebrated a little bit differently in each part of the world, but it’s custom for Mardi Gras parades to include jester-like performers dressed as clowns in decadent, colorful costumes. Jenna from The Painted Apron filled her glass vase centerpiece with similar looking clowns, king crowns, beads and sequined masks.
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Hurricane Rum Balls
Ideal for serving right alongside king cake or another showstopping Mardi Gras dessert, these hurricane rum balls, made by Stefani of Cupcake Project, can be doubled up as table decor when placed in a glass platter dish—just scatter colored beads around the desserts to match the purple, yellow and green sprinkles of each one.