Vintage adjective vin·tage \ˈvin-tij\
– used to describe something that is not new but that is valued because of its good condition, attractive design, etc.
The word “vintage” means different things to different people. For some, it evokes images of lace and slightly tarnished silverware. For others, it recalls elbow length gloves and kitten heels. For us, it means a great theme for a party! You can decorate your table with a runner fashioned out of lace (or paper) doilies and use black and white photos inside metallic frames to add an authentic touch.
So put on your pearls and pull out your china place settings – it doesn’t have to all match. Take a look at our board filled with vintage images to inspire your next dinner party.
Liz King Caruso is an Event Strategist, Consultant and Speaker. As CEO of Liz King Events and techsytalk, she has helped countless thought leaders grow their audience and sell their products through in-person, virtual & hybrid events. Liz is a big-picture person – passionate about tying events into an overall sales and marketing strategy and being efficient at every point of the process. Technology is her niche and she’s obsessed with helping organizations of every size leverage technology to produce more engaging and seamless event experiences.
In addition to her client work, Liz connects & educates her industry colleagues through platforms she has built – techsytalk GLOBAL, the techsytalk community & IGNITE Consulting program.
Liz has been featured as Eventex’s 50 Most Innovative Virtual Meeting Planners, Successful Meetings list of 25 Most Influential People in the Meetings Industry, Top 5 Women in Event Tech, amongst other awards.
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