Posts Tagged ‘Venetian Masquerade Masks’
Venetian Mardi Gras Masks
Typically, the mask has a hooked nose, marked eyebrows and a pointed limited beard, caressed and stroked by the wearer.
Carnival Food items
If you happen to come across on your own in Venice during Carnival time, a tasting frenzy awaits you. The fritter (Venetian fritola or Carnival cake) has very long been regarded the national cake of the Serenissima Republic. This delicious morsel is savored not only in Venice, but as far absent as Milan.
Carnival fritters were produced exclusively by ‘fritter makers.’ In Read the rest of this entry »
Feather Masquerade Masks
Feathers have marked their significance form decorating to designing purposes. Colorful feathers make snazzy décor and feathers with natural hue can give rustic look to the venue or your home. With a bit of creativity one can come up with beautiful decoration which can add grace to the any item or the venue. Apart from natural color bleached or dyed feathers are also available in market. There are different feathers available like rooster, goose, ostrich, peacock, duck feathers etc which can be used for adorning centerpieces, tables, costumes and much more.
Now day’s they are making 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 »
The use of Venetian masquerade masks originated from Venice, Italy for their festival. This kind of mask was worn during the Carnival that was first documented use was shown as far back as the 13th century.
During the carnival in Venice, people used masks to hide their true faces and be able to mingle with people of different social standings. This way their identity and social status are kept hidden. This is also true for today’s masquerade parties where Venetian masquerade masks are worn. Wearing of Venetian masks was more favoured by the upper classes during Read the rest of this entry »