Have You Tried This Color Combination?
July 26, 2011 § Leave a comment
At Private Event Spaces, what tinkles our fancy when hosting a party is the color combination. Whether it is a birthday party, wedding or anything – you are bound to see a color theme to it. Nuff’ said, it gets us very excited because we believe the color you choose does set the ambiance of your party. If you are looking to do a romantic wedding, you obviously don’t want any dark colors and vice versa. So, if you are looking for color ideas – here are our two cents! 😉
1) Turqoise and Gold
Turqoise, part of the Green family provides a sense of calm and serenity with a dash of fun. Compliment the color with champagne gold to give a touch of simple elegance. This color is perfect for baby showers, birthdays, weddings and of course, for those who loves the color turquoise and gold.
2) Pink and Grey
While most would think to compliment pink with white, have you thought of pairing it with grey? A soft shade of grey (such an underrated color, in our opinion) gives a sense of edginess without being too harsh like black. If you love pink but don’t want to overdo the girliness, a soft shade of grey would be your best bet. Such a perfect color for those expecting a baby girl or really, if you want to get away with pink and not hear your friends say, “This is way too much pink!”
3) Purple and Yellow
Situated at opposite ends on the color wheel, these two bright colors scream fun, quirky and happiness! If your personality screams bubbly and vivacious, we can’t say enough about this color combo with designs such as polka dots or stripes. We are positive that you’ll love it!
4) Royal Blue and Silver
Since the Royal wedding, we were slammed with a slew of new royalty do’s. And that includes the color, Royal Blue. Prince William and Duchess Catherine certainly brought this enigmatic color into fashion. If you love distinguish colors that conveys poise and elegance, silver and blue puts you in class without being too gaudy. Move over pink, Royal Blue means love.
We hope this post helps you in selecting a theme color for your wedding. So pick that color and plan your party!
Let us know what are you other favorite color combos!
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