A Mardi Gras Celebration

Welcome to the 284th Tablescape Thursday!

Sandra is throwing a Mardi Gras bash! She has six friends coming in for the weekend just before Mardi Gras so it’s going to be party time. Just look at this beautiful table she’s prepared!

Mardi Gras Table Setting with Mardi Gras Mask Plates

 

Sandra lives in a beautiful historic home built in 1833. I love the little glimpses we catch of her wonderful dining room in this post.

Mardi Gras Table Setting with Mardi Gras Mask Plates

 

Can you imagine the expression on her friend’s faces when they see this table!

Mardi Gras Table Setting with Mardi Gras Mask Plates

 

Beautiful dishware for a festive Mardi Gras celebration!

Mardi Gras Table Setting with Mardi Gras Mask Plates

 

Sandra saw these Mardi Gras masks plates years ago at Marshalls and TJ Maxx. She didn’t buy them then but later when she began hosting Mardi Gras parties, she found them again on eBay.

Mardi Gras Table Setting with Mardi Gras Mask Plates

 

So pretty! I really like the gold rims!

Mardi Gras Table Setting with Mardi Gras Mask Plates

 

A smaller table will work well for serving coffee, tea, and maybe even desserts.

Mardi Gras Table Setting with Mardi Gras Mask Plates

 

Mardi Gras Table Setting with Mardi Gras Mask Plates

 

What a beautiful centerpiece!

Mardi Gras Table Setting with Mardi Gras Mask Plates

 

Sandra just started her own blog so be sure to visit and welcome her to Blogland. You’ll find Sandra’s blog here:  A Southern Table

Take a tour of Sandra’s beautiful historic home in these three previous posts:

Entry, Master Bedroom and Bath
Blue & White Bedroom and Bath
Bedrooms, Bath and Porch

Mardi Gras Table Setting with Mardi Gras Mask Plates

 

You’ll find additional Mardi Gras table settings here: Mardi Gras Tablescapes OR Click on the picture below.

Mardi Gras Table Settings

Looking forward to the beautiful tablescapes linked for this week’s Tablescape Thursday!

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Comments

  1. Poussière d'Argence says:

    Jolie table bien carnalesque.
    Tes poupées déguisées ressemblent beaucoup aux costumes que j’ai publiées sur mon blog.
    Je t’invite à venir les voir. tu tapes “Poussière d’Argence canalblog” et tu verras.
    Amitiés.

  2. Susan, thank you for introducing us to Sandra and her blog! I love this take on a Mardi Gras table — festive and elegant. I miss celebrating Mardi Gras the way we did when we lived in Baton Rouge — not to mention getting two and a half days off from work!

  3. Love those dishes….I’ll definitely hop over and say hi. Thanks for a great party :-)

  4. What a pretty table. Her friends are going to love it. And a beautiful dining room!

  5. What a gorgeous tablescape! The details are just fabulous and oh my, the colors are just brilliant! I am anxious to head over to see her home. Thanks for hosting this grand party!

  6. pam ~ crumpety cottage says:

    Thanks for sharing your festive tablescape, Sandra. Congratulations on launching your blog! I hope you enjoy it!

  7. Great table and gorgeous plates, I love everything Mardi Gras! So much lavish fun and decor, anything goes! I have a good friend on the Gulf Coast who was just crowned queen of her Crewe and she invited me over to see her crown and lavish decor, I can’t wait to post it soon! Laissez les Bon Temps Rouler!

  8. What beautiful tables Sandra has created. I loved that she used chargers in different colors, and the china is gorgeous. I enjoyed seeing both of these festive tables. Thank you for sharing them, Susan and Sandra. laurie

  9. Oh my Susan, those Mardy Gras, wide gold rim plates are to die for, simply stunning, I’ve never seen anything like it before! Thank you for sharing Sandra’s dining setting and for hosting such great and inspiring party!
    Hugs,
    FABBY

  10. Beautiful table, gorgeous colors. She and her friends are going to have so much fun! Thanks for hosting Susan. Love to visit all the creative blogs.

  11. What a gorgeous and fun tabelscape Sandra has created. Thanks for sharing and for hosting the party. ~Liz

  12. Susan, thank you for introducing us to Sandra. Her Mardi Gras table is stunning. I’m in awe of her beautiful dining room and her incredible silver collection. I’m off to visit more of her home. Thanks again!

  13. Love those mask plates! Thanks for hosting, Susan!

  14. Wow, I love that whole table and those plates! Beautiful!

  15. What a funtastic TS… and so the ladies.

    Great job to find her Susan.

    Greetings,
    /CC girl

  16. Sandra’s guest are going to have fun at this table!

  17. What a gorgeous table makes me want to clean mine off from all the clutter and set a pretty table LOL

  18. How pretty!! Her guests will be thrilled indeed. I went and looked at her house, it is gorgeous and I love the fact that she pulls together rooms with thrifty buys. Love the fireplaces in her rooms.

  19. Your blog is always a ‘visual treat!’ So beautiful! Thanks for hosting!

  20. Thank you for hosting Susan! I am so sorry to be so late to the party. I have spent all day editing my pictures with PicMonkey. I am still learning how to do these things. Sandra’s Mardi Gras table is lovely. I visited her blog and am excited for the opportunity to see more of her beautiful home.

    I have admired the plates Sandra used in her tablescape since I saw them last year when you posted Bonnie’s Mardi Gras tablescape. I was bidding on a set on Ebay but the price got so high that I had to bow out. I still want a set, maybe next year.

    • I know, I noticed the same thing this year, too. They are super popular! Hopefully you’ll find some later in the year at more reasonable prices when it’s well past Mardi Gras.

  21. Perfect! I’m throwing a Mardi Gras dinner party at my house this coming weekend, so this table was the perfect inspiration!! Thanks, Susan!

  22. “HEART” those plates…gorgeous colors!! franki

  23. Stephanie Fontenot says:

    I just love these plates. Sure wish I could find a set.

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