Let the Good Times Roll at Home With Party Time

Disclosure :: This post is sponsored by Party Time of Baton Rouge

Let the Good Times Roll at Home With Party Time

Mardi Gras decorations at Party Time in Baton RougeIt’s January, which in Louisiana means Mardi Gras season is here! I’ll admit, I was bummed to have Mardi Gras parades and festivities cancelled this year. So, I tried to figure out how we could “Laissez les bon temps rouler a la maison” or “Let the good times roll at home” this year! I decided to visit our local Party Time on Bluebonnet by Airline Hwy and was so impressed by the selection of Mardi Gras house décor! Walking down aisle after aisle, they have everything from table clothes, ribbon/mesh, wreaths, signs, masks, plates, cups, throws and so much more!

I picked out some great items to decorate our home for the Mardi Gras season and got my kids in the Mardi Gras spirit as well. We figured everyone has been doing birthday parades, so why not have our very own Mardi Gras parade outfitted by Party Time!

I got home and was so impressed by how much mesh was in my roll, I decorated my dining table, the kids wagon, and our front door!

Decor for Mardi Gras Party Time Mardi Gras Wagon Decor

Everyone in the family got a sequined mask, and we found this tulle skirt which will eventually be added to our dress up collection. The kids will be playing dress up and pretend Mardi Gras parade for the next couple of months.

Mardi Gras Tulle Skirt

Most years, our tree comes down by January 6th but this year we decided to pull down the holiday décor and insert the Mardi Gras décor. I hung beads on the mantel, the tree, and even hung some from the dining room chandelier – because we all know that’s where they usually end up after a good parade!

Mardi Gras Mantle DecorWhether you normally decorate for Mardi Gras or not, I think we can all agree that “Laissez les bon temps rouler a la maison” with all the goodies from Party Time will definitely put you in the celebrating mood!

Margo Kitto
In 2011, after a decade of dating, Margo married her high school sweetheart, John. They struggled with infertility for several years and finally welcomed their spunky miracle daughter Camryn in 2018, followed by their smiley miracle son Henry in 2020. In her former life she was a dog groomer, but has now been able to follow her lifelong dream of being a stay at home mom. She has found a passion in helping other mamas in the wait, in the prep and through the thick of mamahood. Being a born & bred Baton Rougian, she has a heart for Louisiana, loves LSU sports, taking advantage of Sportsman’s paradise via hunting & fishing, she enjoys strengthening her body to keep up with her kids, will never turn down a cup of coffee or a good book and if you’re a guest in her house she is definitely cooking something for you.


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