Color palettes define the soul of a party. The second someone steps into the room, they’re surrounded with color. That’s exactly what any party planner wants. To provide an immersive environment that’s fun, engaging, and conducive to guests being social with one another.
What is the right color for your party though – well, it depends on the party. Here are a few basic rules on how to choose a party color, all the while keeping in mind what you and your guests prefer.
Any rule is breakable, especially for the right reasons i.e. the preference of you or guests.
If you don’t know where to start, here are the colors to consider building your party around.
Define A Theme
A party may naturally have a theme that will tie it to a color, i.e. Valentine’s Day is red, a summertime beach party is a lot of sandy beiges and blues, etc.
If you can come up with a template for a party décor theme, it’s easy to get tableware and balloons to match it rather than the other way around.
Plan A Two-Color Party
What a lot of professional party planners will do is create their own party color palette from two or three colors.
Two colors in a sort of monochromatic look with some whites mixed in is fairly safe to choose. Minimalist approaches to party colors have been used for everything from lavish weddings to open BBQs, intimate get-togethers, and children’s birthday parties. You get to show some style without making it appear overwhelming – which is exactly what happens when you use a single color. Try for two.
Premium Gold, Silver, Or Rose Gold
Premium party supplies typically come in shades of gold, silver, or rose gold. These are exquisite for use at any wedding, New Year’s party, or any sort of event that’s being presented with more than your average amount of prestige.
For a children’s birthday, for example, it’s probably not the event you need premium party tableware for per se.
When you are lacking a definitive theme, primary colors are a fine mix to start with. Passionate reds, greens, blues, and yellows are explosive and expressive. For children and families, they are lots of fun.
Multi-color themes can take an astute eye the further away from primary colors you move. Clashing colors, even at a party, can be jarring.
Every color is beautiful. Whether you create your own color palette, do a bi-color theme, or are building from a more defined décor theme, there’s a party color out there for every party. Buy party supplies, premium party tableware, and decorations at ShopperPlus.ca today.