Special thanks to Hoss Communications for its work on this video.
One of the most intriguing aspects of Mardi Gras is secrecy, especially when it comes to krewe themes and monarchs which typically aren’t publicized until the day of their respective balls and parades. Years of planning ensure that balls, floats, throws, costumes and royalty are coordinated, reflecting the krewe’s “brand.” Confidentiality, especially at this level, requires trust.
Plush Appeal’s vice president Alyssa Fletchinger is that trusted partner. She has worked with tons of krewes, often years in advance of a parade. Through long-standing relationships, she works closely with captains and royalty to organize what will be spectacular, memorable events.