The Neon Museum is a local organization that preserves historic Las Vegas neon signs. Their collection contains 150 signs dating back to the 1930's in an exhibit spread out across a two-acre lot called The Boneyard. For their Halloween Boneyard Bash, I supplied a few reception pieces, which were some of the most fun arrangements I've ever had the pleasure of creating. Their mascot for the event was an embellished and undead "showghoul" and the source of inspiration for the flowers. The arrangements were equal parts fancy (feathers and rhinestone studded mums) and spooky (black branches and over-dyed leaves).