September 27, 2010 | British Columbia
Fall events can take inspiration from fall trends around the world
Abbotsford, BC - September 27, 2010 - For some, the end of summer is a sad affair. The first day of fall can often conjure up visions of snow storms, wet mittens and soggy umbrellas, but for the event planner, September and October issues highlighting fall style signify the transition of event venues from outdoor gardens to dramatic ballrooms. It's also a time to start researching new trends that can jump from the centerfolds of Vogue to table centerpieces for September and October events.
Fall Style Trends
After the last golf ball has been putted into the hole at a corporate golf tournament, event planners can use the last few weeks of summer to start researching new indoor venues and trends for the colder months to come. Take note of the new silhouettes put forth down the runway by Louis Vuitton - feminine and classic styles with a modern twist. Fall style trends this year feature reworked clothing worn by such style icons as Grace Kelly and Bridget Bardot. Use these inspirational images to conjure up new ideas for any upcoming fall events.
Fall Event Ideas
Fall event ideas often are based on what's happening on the runways. For fall 2010, dramatic chandeliers and large white floral arrangements can transport the client and their guests to old Hollywood, with the songs of Frank Sinatra and the rat pack beckoning them to hit the dance floor. Don't be afraid to think outside the box - fresh ideas will not only impress a client but will give their guests something to remember for years to come.
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