December 24, 2011 (Newswire.com) - The aesthetic value of koozies largely depends on the design. One of the most striking design elements is color. The color selection makes a significant impact in how the koozies appear to others, whether it looks attractive and appealing or plain and subdued. The materials used to make koozies allow for a large range in color scheme. Nearly any color can be applied, and the choice is mainly up to the buyer and what he envisions as the perfect beverage holder.
As items intended for long term use, koozies are made that much more enjoyable if their designs are attractive to the eye. Choosing the right color is a quick way to achieve this effect. Colors can range from dark to light, bright neon colors to more subtle pastel shades, and shades in between. Depending on the event at which the koozies will be distributed, the color can make a significant design statement. Quality is also reflected in the color. An attractive color will catch people's attention and make them more willing to use the koozies on a long-term basis. Otherwise, some people many not bother with using them beyond the event if the item fails to appeal to their standards.
Designing eye-catching wedding koozies that blend in with the greater design of the ceremony relies on careful selection and deliberation of the general color scheme. Many factors will influence the final decision. These personalized koozies should appeal to both the bride and groom and the guests. Since they are normally given out as gifts or favors at weddings, their colors should be something that is universally agreeable. Custom koozies found at weddings incorporate two colors into their pattern. The main background color is the dominant shade, and the colors of the printed art and text stand at contrast to the background color so that the print is visible.
Lighter colors of blue, yellow, and pink usually appeal to women. Male guests may prefer darker, more professional colors that do not draw attention to their koozies. If the event planner suspects that a universal color cannot be established, two sets of koozies can be designed, one for women and one for men. Doing so also gives more room to experiment with a wider range of colors. If just choosing two colors for one set of koozies would be too limiting to the overall design of the event, ordering multiple sets of koozies with different designs and colors allow for greater creativity and more assurance that everyone will enjoy their gifts.
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