Carnival Dinner

It’s always fun to set a table for Carnival. Lots of beads, a couple of masks, napkins folded as fleur de lis, all set the china and crystal aglow.


Come have a seat at the table and see what fun we can have . . .

I love the fleur de lis napkin fold. Fleur de lis are so closely associated with Louisiana.

mardi gras table

Masks aren’t required for this dinner, but if you need one, here are a couple . . .



Gold is the theme here from the tablecloth to the chargers and plates, the rims on the crystal and the flatware. Lots of purple and green complete the setting with the traditional Carnival colors.

So glad you stopped by . . . mgtable13 You are always welcome here. . . mgtable01 at A Southern Life. If you want to find out more about Carnival and Mardi Gras in New Orleans, check out my Mardi Gras FAQ post. mgtable12 Don't forget . . . if you need King Cake mix, you can get it here: [wpsc_products product_id='6707'] If you want to make your own King Cake from scratch, here is a great recipe. Dont' miss a thing from A Southern Life

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  2. Chloe Crabtree Avatar

    Love it! I love all the beads across the table, pouring out of the crystal dish! I never thought of folding the napkins like the fleur de lis I loved that! That was my favorite tip I picked up from your tablescape!

  3. Valerie Roberts Avatar

    Gorgeous everything! Love the napkin fold.

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