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Mystick Couturier is two men who want to help you with your next event.
We specialize in evening gowns, pageant attire, wedding gowns, maids' and mothers' gowns;
but also make masks, costumes, props, centerpieces, or scenery.
Ask us. If we can't do it, we'll tell you.
Gerald (Jay) Herring, pictured on the right, received his MFA in costume design and history from
Carnegie Mellon University and the University of Iowa. He has worked in regional and educational
theatre for over 25 years before forming Mystick Couturier.
Douglas Baloy, on the left, received his Masters in theater design and technology from
SUNY Binghamton and has worked in scenery, props, marketing, and costumes in
regional theatre for 20 years before joining Jay full time.
Pictured above is a twenty-foot long parade float built for one of our local Mardi Gras clubs, the
Krewe of the Phantom Host of Montgomery, AL for their 2006 ball. It is designed for about 15
riders, but could hold more. It's built to last of exterior grade plywoods and chasing vinyl-coated
rope lights on a utility trailer base. You can see the whole thing on the "Scenery" page.
|Photo by Paul Robertson Photography
|We now have items for sale, and hope to add to this page in the future.
Please have a look around, and let us know how we can help you.
|Updated September 6, 2017