Posts Tagged ‘Masquerade Masks’
New Orleans Masks
Masquerade masks were originally designed in Italy to provide a form of diversion to the townfolk during festival months, and stuck on swiftly as, once hidden behind a mask, the gentlemen and women could publicly mix with the commoners throughout event. Old Italian law stipulated both groups were not permitted to mingle, a law in the event that, if violated could result in extreme consequences. Despite the face of such penalty, the noblemen and also clergy would conceal themselves and talk together with the commoners, doing their best to ferret out costly political information from them. The construction of Read the rest of this entry »
Ballroom dancing consist of two main branches:
1. American Style Ballroom Dancing
2. International Style Ballroom Dancing
American Ballroom dancing is composed of two subcategories. Those two categories are American Style Smooth and American Style Rhythm. American Style Smooth is composed of Waltz, Tango, Foxtrot and Viennese Waltz. American Style Rhythm is composed of Rumba, East Coast Swing, Cha Cha, Bolero, and Mambo
International Ballroom Dancing is composed of international standard and international latin. International Standard is Waltz, Tango, Foxtrot, Viennese Waltz, and Quickstep. International Style Latin is Read the rest of this entry »
Weddings with masquerade wedding maskshave been famous for many years. Presently many people realize how beautiful it would be to have their wedding with a masquerade ball theme. There are still many people who are unsure what a perfect masquerade themed wedding would be and what types of masks should be wore at one.
There is a good selection of wedding masks for brides and grooms on the internet. You just need to be very cautious in choosing the right mask so that you will stand out from the crowd. The best masquerade masks are Read the rest of this entry »
Masquerade Mask Designs
Masquerade party masks have a very long and distinguished history. First created in Venice in the 1300s, these masks quickly became a social equalizer.
Like most European nations, Italy and the city of Venice were very class ridden during the 14th century. The nobility did not mix with the middle class and the middle class did not mingle with those living in poverty. However, masquerade parties were enjoyed by individuals in all classes.
While wearing elaborate costumes and ornately decorated masks, individuals were unrecognizable to any who did not know in advance what Read the rest of this entry »
Masked Ball Masks
It does not have necessarily to be Halloween to have the occasion to wear a mask. You may throw a really unique hen party in the form of a masked ball. You can, for instance, choose a theme and have masks follow and elaborate on it. If you and your pals are rock and roll fans, you may choose a musical theme such as ‘you rock my world’, and wear any rock celebrity masks relevant to you, from Elvis to the hard rocker Ozzy Osbourne. It would be intriguing to be all dressed as men on this last celebration Read the rest of this entry »