Really? I love my job! Who else gets to create such “spooky” beauty and call it work? The challenge in designing one of our Halloween tables came when I decided to still emphasize some of the creepy details surrounding a celebration originally purposed to honor the dead, and yet display it with eye-catching form. If you can find style in the swirl of a spider web, then this table’s for you!
I love the pleasures of the fall. Cooler weather, warmer colors, and best of all Halloween. (i.e. pumpkins, parties, costumes, and an endless array of goodies.) How fun it was to search the possibilities and eliminate when the options crossed the line between eerie and flat out disgusting. My efforts were focused on avoiding the traditional All-Hallows-Eve colors, though it’s impossible to leave a Halloween party completely devoid of black and orange. I felt compelled to toss in sparks of green, purple, and an occasional yellow just for variation. What you see here are some of my favorites, from the chocolate yogurt cups and frozen layered sherbet, to ghost pears and ”monster munch”. Stay tuned for further details, recipes, and other “dish” from our fantastic table to follow in the coming days.
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