Throw Me Somethin’, Etsy…Mardi Gras Goodies You Need For Our Favorite Etsy Shops!

The Mardi Gras spirit has descended upon the state of Louisiana and we are ready to Mardi Gras Mambo our way to March 5th! With Fat Tuesday being in March, we have weeks of parading and partying ahead of us!

Look no further for your guide to everything Mardi Gras on Etsy! Below you’ll find some of our favorite purple, green & gold finds that are sure to jazz up you and your Krewe!

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Mardi Gras Jewelry & Accessories

First up, is this AMAZING purse from Miss Stitch by Missy Kurian. It’s the perfect size to hold your parade essentials and can be worn as a crossbody purse or fanny pack style!

I love these druzy & tassel earrings from laalee’s shop. They are SO much fun and add the perfect amount of sparkle to your parade route outfit or costume. She has these matching necklaces too!

Check out these feather earrings! They are light and whimsical and super cute.

I love these purple, green & gold headbands! They add the perfect amount of flair to your hair!

These beaded hoop earrings and matching bracelets remind me of the beads thrown from the floats! They are so unique!

These king cake earrings are just too adorable for words.

Mardi Gras Home Decor

You don’t have to live on one of the parade routes to dress up your home in Fat Tuesday decor!

Check out this beautiful centerpiece from JDSouthern Wreaths. Once your table is all dressed up, check out her wreaths. They are the perfect door decor to greet your guests.

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I love this Mardi Gras block – it’s perfect for adding some flair to your home. I love it for the guest bathroom!

These monkeys are so unique! These would be great for the entryway, bar or outdoor area!

I am OBSESSED with WreathsbyLaura’s creations! Her wreaths and garlands are so intricate and amazing.

This king cake wreath is adorbs and I want one for each of my doors!

Mardi Gras Clothing

Bop and Rae has a bunch of cute Mardi Gras Ts that are comfy and casual for those daytime parades. One of my favorites is the Happy Mardi Gras Y’all t-shirt. Southern Signs LA also has a bunch of unique and adorable MG Tees. These leggings are perfect to pair with Tees and your marching boots!

B2BBoutique has some really adorable outfits for your Mardi Gras Princess. For the boys, these embroidered polos are a great match for these plaid Mardi Gras Pants.

Nola Boheme makes some super cute tee shirts for kids! My personal favorite is the Goin Up on a Tuesday shirt!

Here’s a fun shirt for Dad to rock while parading with his Krewe on the Avenue! This is another great shirt for the man on your route!

In Southern Louisiana, you never know what the weather will be like during the Carnival season, so be sure to plan for both hot and cold! This beanie is perfect for keeping you warm on cold parade nights and this purple, green & gold 504 hat will keep the sun out of your face!

This crochet carnival hat will keep the little ones warm on those cold nights!

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Don’t forget about baby! This cute onesie will have your littlest parade goer ready for Carnival.

Mardi Gras Parade Route Essentials

Don’t forget about your Mardi Gras cups (here, here¬† and here to keep your drinks nice and cold! Bonus points for cups with lids that won’t spill when you’re jumping for those big beads! These glitter cups are gorgeous!

I love this cute tote to hold alllll of the MG loot! This is a must have!!

If you are parading with little ones, a ladder is a must! GrisGrisArts hand-paints ladder seats so you can make your ladder your own!

Happy Carnival, y’all! Hope to see you out on the route!

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About the Author

Noele
Noele is native New Orleanian, whose husband somehow convinced her to move to Metairie, where they currently reside with their four children, Kaitlyn (13), Aidan (10), Abigail (7) & Wyatt (16 months), two dogs, and tortoise. She works full time as a Paralegal at a small, personal injury law firm. When she's not working or carpooling her kids around the city and trying to manage the family calendar, you can find her enjoying a glass of wine while cooking for friends and family. Greek Fest, Bayou Boogaloo, and the beach are her happy places. She is a self-proclaimed hot-mess mama who also enjoys reading, writing, and exploring the GNO area.

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