Tints, Tones & Highlights Part IV of IV: Shades of Pink

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Tints, Tones & Highlights Part IV of IV: Shades of Pink

July 5, 2012

It is said that pink is the color that will never go out of style. A perfect combination of red and white this soft, fun and flirty color symbolizes love, beauty, kindness and compassion. A multifaceted color, pink can exude a sophisticated feel when paired with black or gray or a cheerful and spring-like vibe when matched with yellows and greens. When used in a monochromatic fashion like the design below, pink can also create an elegant and classical atmosphere for your event.

As the first element in our design, pink roses are one of the oldest roses known to us and have a rich history that dates back to some of the earliest pieces of visual art. Carrying the undertones of elegance, grace, sweetness and poetic romance these roses symbolize love and gratitude. From their sweet fragrance to their delicate appearance, the beauty of pink roses will be the perfect addition to any event.

Adding style and sophistication to this fresh monochromatic design are light pink tulips. The peculiar shape and different colors of the tulip make it one of the most loved flowers on earth. Pink tulips carry the meaning of perfect happiness and of wishing someone well. As a popular choice for several occasions, the lovely pink compliments this design beautifully.

The bright blooms of the Gerber daisies always attract the attention of any passersby. Named after its founder, the flowers have come to symbolize certain sentiments and are given on various special occasions. Light pink gerbera daisies stand for admiration and sympathy, making them flowers often given as an act of friendship or as a get well present. The Gerbera daisies and their stunning beauty complete this monochromatic centerpiece.

From a soft pink for a romantic look to a hot pink for an energetic and exciting feel this beautiful and chic color is great for any occasion. Below are several ideas in which you can incorporate this fabulous color into your next event!

In conclusion to our four series blog posts, colors are more than just combinations of red, blue or yellow. They have meaning that does beyond ink.  It is believed that the color choices you make reflect a deeper meaning about your personality and traits. Choosing colors based on symbolism can apply to everything from clothing to event décor. Don’t be afraid to think outside the box and try a monochromatic event and try one of our fresh design ideas!

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