Bursting with brightness, our rainbow color scheme is a vibrant collection of hues certain to put a smile on guests’ faces. See how we styled three different events within the same scheme.
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A Cheerful Dinner Party
Brilliant shades saturated with cheer work year round, whether it’s to emulate the colors of summer or to brighten up the winter blues.
For added brightness, we chose red as our dominant color from the palette, evident in the runners, napkins, and plates, then cooled down the tableau with complementary blue glasses.
The party becomes playful with retro soda bottles with resealable clasps, which also make for nostalgic keepsakes.
A Rainbow Birthday Bonanza
It’s almost too easy to change the setting to a birthday party. Rainbow-hued ribbons and balloons make sure no surface stays plain, while multi-hued candies and beverages peek outward from their festive glass containers.
With this many colors to choose from, it’s easy to accessorize. Mix and match shades and shapes — red polka dots, round yellow candies — to accentuate the palette.
Even the menu can play with the motif. Here, each layer of cake calls upon a shade from the spectrum for a sight as delightful as it tastes.
A Red-White-and-Blue Bash
What better palette to celebrate a patriotic holiday than the boldest of them all? Simply throw in some stars and stripes for texture and an added dash of patriotism.
Stacking the trio of colors creates a new twist on Old Glory, while party poppers mimic the fun of July Fourth fireworks without the worry.
Whether your party is indoors or out, paper lanterns cast a jubilant glow.
Add a splash of Americana to the table with a cluster of flags, whose broad stripes and bright stars make for a triumphant centerpiece.