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Mardi Gras comes a week early this year and MardiGrasCostumes.com offers a variety of decorative masks and clothing for the Feb. 5 party.
DANIA BEACH, FL (PRWEB) January 11, 2008 - Laissez Les Bon Temps Roulez! In French that means "Let the Good Times Roll" and that's just what people around the globe are doing to get ready for this year's annual Mardi Gras celebration. To join in the fun, revelers can get their Mardi Gras decorative masks and costumes to dress up for the Feb. 5, 2008, party at www.MardiGrasCostumes.com.
Mardi Gras, French for "Fat Tuesday," is the day before Ash Wednesday and the final day of Carnival. Carnival begins 12 days after Christmas, on January 6, and ends on Mardi Gras, exactly 46 days before Easter - which falls a week earlier this year.
The most famous Mardi Gras celebration in the United States is in New Orleans and the two-weeklong party draws hundreds of thousands of tourists donned in decorative masks and costume dress for Mardi Gras. People there enjoy this celebration by going to parades where they catch beads, doubloons and trinkets that are all thrown from floats in elaborate parades.
"If you're going to celebrate Mardi Gras, it's a good idea to order your decorative masks and clothing early," said Shari McConahay, marketing director of leading Mardi Gras dress up costume website www.MardiGrasCostumes.com. "Part of the fun is having the best, most unique costume, and with Mardi Gras coming early, these costumes are flying off the shelves."
Many celebrate Mardi Gras by attending masquerade balls and dressing up in decorative masks and costumes, making Mardi Gras known as the "biggest free show on earth." Mardi Gras clothing for these events typically consist of outlandish costumes and feathered decorative masks.
Those attending "official" Mardi Gras celebrations are not the only ones who get into the holiday spirit. Mardi Gras balls and parties are held throughout the country at public and private locations and www.MardiGrasCostumes.com has costume dress for Mardi Gras, including decorative masks and clothing for Mardi Gras, as well as beads, doubloons and decorations.
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