Le Bayou du Mort-Vivant

Table No. 16 by Heather Holman

Halloween doesn’t have to be orange or tacky.  It can be elegantly creepy.  The table is decorated with a Southern Gothic vibe incorporating moss, flowers, skulls, and bugs.  The table’s colors are those you might find in a bayou and are titled Le Bayou du Mort-Vivant, which translates to the bayou of the living dead. The cups and saucers are titled Black Nouveau Something Wicked from Miss Havisham’s Curiosities. This tablescape is dedicated in memory of John Gladhill, a supporter of the arts, neighbor, and friend.

Suggested dress: Come dressed in an elegantly creepy Halloween costume to support this table.

Use your dollars to vote for this table to be named for the People’s Choice Award. See below:



Le Bayou du Mort-Vivant