French Quarter Fun
It’s no secret New Orleanians know how to throw a good party. Borrow some of their joie de vivre to host your own memorable Mardi Gras bash, complete with Cajun and Creole fare, brass band jazz, and plenty of beads.
Food & Drink
A Mardi Gras party is more mix-and-mingle than sit-and-linger, so skip the four-course meal and set up stations with classic New Orleans eats. Jambalaya is a must, of course. And don’t forget the beignets! To balance the mix of flavors and spices, revelers who want to enjoy a glass of wine without the alcohol will love our sweet Moscato or dry Sparkling Brut.
The Big Easy at Home
From tabletop style to balloons to beads, authentic Mardi Gras décor is pretty simple to achieve. Just bring on the purple, green and gold! Make your soirée a masquerade ball and invite guests to arrive in their finest Mardi Gras masks. Drape them in beads as you welcome them and keep the jazz playlist on repeat.