Spin the Colour Wheel to find your Fortune!
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Is colour important in creating memorable events? Is the sky blue? In case you’re unsure, the answer to both of those questions is YES!
When creating amazing events, it’s important to stay on top of current trends. Pink is no longer the new black and you definitely do not want to be seen as “so last season”. Coppers and rose gold have taken the lime light and added a metallic sheen to clean and simple backdrops and base colours.
Besides keeping trendy, you definitely don’t want to mistakenly use the colours of a competitor brand by mistake for a big corporate function. If you’re an event planner, you will need to find out what the corporate colours are or if there are colours you need to steer clear of.
Do some research into the meaning of colours. They may have links to specific kinds of events. For example, you must never use white for a Chinese New Year celebration! White and black is traditionally for mourning, not celebration, in Chinese culture. Hot options here are red and gold for celebration.
Picasso once said
Colours, like features, follow the changes of emotions.
Understand the psychology behind colours and incite particular emotions that will impact the outcome of your event. Take a look at this handy colour wheel for what colours are used for particular emotions: