Colour me True!
One of the most exciting parts of planning a wedding is choosing your theme and decorations; colour will be a key element to this. Everything from bridesmaid dresses to buttonholes will all be coordinated, making the choice of colour a crucial decision. To ensure our lights seamlessly blend in with your theme our lettering is available in various colour options including, white, yellow, red, orange, pink, purple, blue, and green.
You may choose your wedding colours based on the time of year, your favourite flower and in some cases even your favourite sports team. Whichever you choose it will have associated connotations and evoke different emotions within your guests.
Warm colours such as red, yellow and orange are symbolic of romantic sunsets or golden leaves fluttering in the breeze and are the perfect choice for autumn weddings.
For many years the colour red has been associated with love and passion. As an emotionally intense colour, it is perfect to represent the love a couple feels for one another and in some eastern cultures, it is common for a bride to wear red instead of white to her nuptials.
Like red, orange is a high visibility colour often associated with energy and joy. It is perfect for attracting attention or highlighting decorations such as our 4ft love letters without being as dramatic as our red option.
On the less vivid end of the colour spectrum, representing hope and happiness is the colour yellow. A calming influence that arouses cheerfulness and represents loyalty, yellow is the perfect choice if you are looking to create a backdrop to your top table through the use of our letters.
Cooler colours such as blues, greens and purples are often more associated with night time and nature. Green represents new beginnings perfect for our Mr and Mrs lights and your new marital titles. Due to its association with nature, green bulbs will also make the ideal accompaniment to a rustic themed wedding and of course are idyllic if your wedding falls on St Patrick ’s Day!
Purple has long been associated with royalty and romance, whilst pink represents caring, compassion and love so both are perfect choices to show your king or queen how you feel about them.
The most apt symbolism for a wedding comes from the colour blue, indicating peace, trust, stability, protection and loyalty. It represents everything in the foundation of a marriage and is our favourite colour for a dance/party area.