Planning a wedding involves many choices and decisions. Did you know that even the colors you choose can have meaning. Many cultures believe there are special attributes associated with colors.
Red, for example, is the color of blood and fire, it is associated with strength, danger, war, power, passion, desire and love. Red roses are a brilliant addition to your wedding bouquet.
Pink on the other hand signifies romance, love and friendship. Pink can be feminine and passive.
Orange combines the happiness of yellow and the energy of red. We associate the color orange with sunshine, the tropics, joy and warmth. Orange is a symbol of strength and endurance throughout history.
Yellow is the color of sunshine which is associated with joy and happiness. Yellow is a stimulating color used to evoke cheerful feelings. Yellow can be overstimulating if used too much. Yellow can be highlighted with darker colors.
Green is the color of nature and symbolizes freshness, fertility and growth. Green is a restful color for the human eye.
Blue is the color of the sky and the sea and is associated with stability. Blue is considered a calming color and can slow the metabolism. Blue used with power colors red and yellow can create a strong visual effect.
Purple conveys wealth and elegance. Children reportedly prefer purple over other colors 75% of the time.
White is considered pure, innocent and represents perfection. Black represents power, formality, elegance and even death.
Choosing Your Color Themes For Your Wedding Can Be Fun And Meaningful