|SCENERY, PROPS,AND MORE
|We never know what we'll need to do next.
|This is a krewe emblem that hangs on stage
throughout the ball.
|We created 50 over-sized steins as
centerpieces for a "Fasching" themed event.
They were about 15 inches tall.
|Pictured on the left is a detail of the jewels we
made for the coronation set of the Blue Ball. They
were almost 4 feet tall, and had over-sized
"rhinestones" that looked great under the stage
lights. We also made the two matching lieutenant
costumes, and the captain! We did a total of seven
costumes for this ball AND two sets of scenery,
not including the stairs.
|We were asked to create a 4-foot duplicate of
the bead medallion, and to create an obelisk
with the names of the King, Queen, Krewe,
and Captain in hieroglyphics for the entrance
into the ballroom.
|Float photos by Paul Robertson Photography, Montgomery, AL
|These floats were made for the Krewe of the Phantom Host 2006 Ball.
On the left, the Krewe Float featuring an eight foot tall prop of a krewe member in
full costume and two "flaming" cauldrons (not alight in this picture).
On the right, a full shot of the Founders' Float- a train with the names of the charter
members engraved on plaques on the sides.
Both are 20 feet long, eight feet wide and have chasing rope light.
Construction time for both floats was about six months.
|We can help you to create special
designs for doubloons and medallions.
Pictured are some made for the
Krewe of the Phantom Host,
|The Throne area for the King and Queen of
the Krewe of Phoenix, Mobile, AL 2011.
We made the Crown, Throne, and the curtains.
|The Emblem for
the Krewe of Phoenix, Mobile, AL.
|A Second Line Umbrella,
done up as Susanne Sugarbaker
and her flaming baton.
This krewe displays them before
and after use, so we made a stand
|We build a new King's
float for the Krewe of
the Phantom Host in
It features fold-down
stairs and can be pulled
by 2 people.