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All of our grapevine wreaths are handmade and each wreath is unique and one of a kind. We do wreaths for every occasions. Some of our decorative wreaths include: Floral wreaths St. Patrick's Day Wreath, Baby Shower Wreaths, Mardi Gras Wreaths, Easter Wreath, Wedding Wreaths, Thanksgiving Wreath, Patriotic Wreaths, Christmas wreaths and many more wreaths for all of your door decoration needs! If you're looking for Handmade grapevine door wreaths or decorative wreaths, you've come to the right place.
This is for one NEW authentic Mardi Gras wreath. It measures approximately 18". It is hand made here in New Orleans by us. We take pride in all of our products and put our best in all of our wreath's. It will surely make a great edition to your Mardi Gras decorations. This wreath is decorated with beautiful Mardi Gras colors. It has a jester doll, A Venetian mask, a ceramic mask, purple, green, and gold beads as well as PGG Mardi Gras Satin Flowers. The Venetian mask can be taken off and worn separately.
Some of our other beautiful wreaths
Nola Imports is a family owned and operated business located in the New Orleans area of Louisiana. We have been providing excellent customer service since 2001 through our eBay auctions. We believe customer service is the key to a successful business and our eBay feedback reflects this. Nola Imports carries everything from Ceramic Mardi Gras Mask to Tony Chachere's seasoning. If it's in New Orleans or Southeastern Louisiana for that matter, chances are we stock it or can get it. So if you have any Questions or concerns, please feel free to drop us a line and we will be happy to help you.
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Mardi Gras Mask
Mardi Gras Mayhem
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Wholesale Mardi Gras
Mardi Gras is not a national holiday.
The 1st New Orleans Mardi Gras parade was held on Feb. 24, 1857.
If you get the Mardi Gras baby from the king cake, you have to purchase the next.
Mardi Gras Foods:
Zatarains Crab & Shrimp Boil - Liquid Concentrate
Mardi Gras History