We’re getting spooky with the October Lagniappe box in the only way we know how: with a (good) voodoo infused Halloween themed box! Did you know that Halloween is the second most celebrated holiday in New Orleans? Only second to Mardi Gras! This holiday isn’t just for kids in Louisiana, so grab your costume and dive into your October Lagniappe Box! Filled with Halloween fun all celebrating the voodoo folklore of Louisiana with some good ole Cajun fun!
LA Cajun Halloween · SFT · shopSFT.com · Retail: $28
Your latest tee by SFT is Halloween night ready with Glow In The Dark ink! With our favorite two letters, L & A filled to the brim with spooky spider webs, watch it glow under black light and spook the Rougarou in fright! Share your pictures with #lagniappebox for a Halloween night feature!
Voodoo Doll Drink Coaster · Serenity of the South ·Retail: $4
Halloween and VooDoo go hand-in-hand in Louisiana & we imagine Marie Laveau would approve of these neoprene voodoo doll coasters by Serenity of the South of Madisonville, Louisiana! This coaster of her original artwork is a great item for the lover of all things New Orleans, spooky or not.
Voodoo Berry Lip Balm · Southern Scent Shop · Retail: $3.00
This locally-made lip balm is an unforgettable blend that is sure to keep the ghouls and goblins away. Handmade in Shreveport, Louisiana moisturizing buttery lip balm that will leave your lips smooth and conditioned. Trick or treat it’s almost as good to eat! *
Pumpkin Earrings · Ryan Be Tryin · Retail: $10 (Exclusive to Lagniappe Box)
Halloween wouldn’t be the same without pumpkins and we teamed up with Ryan Be Tryin to create these exclusive pumpkin earrings. Handmade in Deridder, Louisiana these earrings will take you from trick or treat all the way to turkey time! Tis the season for pumpkin everything!
Voodoo Crunch · Southern Candy Makers · Retail: $7.50
This French Quarter landmark’s fun twist on a classic smores is such a treat! Their famous Voodoo Crunch is made with thick layers of handmade marshmallow and caramel, sandwiched between graham crackers, dipped in dark chocolate & if that wasn’t enough, topped with a sprinkling of toasted coconut! These are handmade in the heart of New Orleans on, right on Decatur Street.