... Orleans Carnival: Comus to Zulu," Errol Laborde shows the above-mentioned
meanings of the Mardi Gras colors to be false.
The Mardi Gras colors - purple, green, and gold - each have a special meaning.
Feb 6, 2013 ... The Purple, Green And Gold Have Meaning. The traditional Mardi Gras colors of
purple, green and gold were not chosen arbitrarily. Rex, the ...
These colors were established by Rex (the King of Mardi Gras) in 1872. Twenty
years later the colors were given meaning: Purple represents Justice, Green is ...
The meaning of Mardi Gras beads at your fingertips--when they started, what they
're made of, their significance. Party hearty with a real understanding of this ...
The history of a Mardi Gras celebration existed many years before Europeans ....
The 1892 Rex Parade theme ("Symbolism of Colors") first gave meaning to the ...
The Tradition of New Orleans Mardi Gras ... Each cake is decorated in the
traditional Mardi Gras colors - purple representing justice, green representing
Feb 8, 2013 ... Meaning of Mardi Gras colors. According to the official New Orleans Mardi Gras
website, the three colors have specific meanings. The color ...
Mar 4, 2014 ... The true meaning of the famous Mardi Gras beads begins with their traditional
colors, which we also owe to the Russian Grand Duke Alexis.
Rex, one of the oldest Mardi Gras krewes, has been participating in parades
since 1872, and established purple, gold and green as the iconic Mardi Gras