This Mardi Gras party by FIZZY PARTY is fabulous, fun, and of course, french!  No doubt, you will see lots of inspiration for birthday party ideas as well as that fabulous once-a-year celebration of Mardi Gras! I love how FIZZY PARTY took us down a different street with this one- rather than the typical purple, green, and gold, Tiffany opted for softer lavender and gold with lots of white.  It is fabulous and would be a great party any time of the year!

I love the fleur-de-lis images in edible glitter dust around the cake and how the beautiful cupcakes surround the cake!

 Fondant toppers are a perfect way to dress up homemade or store-bought cupcakes- these are lovely!

 This elegant Mardi Gras dessert table has lots of style~ my favorites sweets on the table are the mask-shaped cookies that are attached to a sparkle stick.  These sticks are often used for cake pops, but Tiffany was so creative with them!  

Tiffany also served some of the cookies without sticks and mixed in beads in the display~

Sugar cookies and chocolate-covered Oreos were also part of the dessert table~

Hurricanes were served in traditional Hurricane Glasses that were rimmed in edible, gold glitter dust.

What a great party!  I love how this party shimmers with gold and edible glitter- the sequin table cloth sets the tone of the decorative touches and the desserts pop with edible glitter, too!  This party is full of great birthday party ideas for any glitter-loving gal!  Thank you for sharing your party ideas with us, Tiffany at FIZZY PARTY!



Styling- Fizzy Party
Printables- Swishprintables
Cupcake and Cake Topper- Fancy Cakes
Glitter Crown- Triple M Good Parties
Sparkle Sticks- Made By a Princess



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