Spring is a great time to think of implementing a fresh palette for your website. Of course, it's important that the palette fits your brand. If you haven't nailed that down yet, we can assist you. Just contact us for a free 15-minute initial consultation.
Daffodils & Hyacinths
The daffodil is the flower of the month for March. It has always been one of my favorite flowers and not just because it is the flower of my birth month. When yellow daffodils are combined with blue hyacinths, you have a very pleasing color combination. Yellow is bright, energetic, warm, happy and perky. Blue is tranquil, secure, peaceful, trustworthy and loyal. Yellow and blue both also convey intelligence. Do these describe you or your business?
The anemone flower is lovely, delicate and has a poetic common name—windflower. Anemone comes from the Greek word of the same spelling, which means “the wind’s daughter”. The Greek myths lend the Anemone flower dual meanings of the arrival of spring breezes and the loss of a loved one to death. Anemones come red, pink, white, purple and blue. Red and pink blooms tie in strongly with the loss of a loved one. White Anemones also mean death and bad luck in Eastern cultures where white is the color used at funerals. Purple and blue anemones look forward to the future and new beginnings.
The main meanings of the Periwinkle flower are:
- New beginnings
- Eternal love
- Achieving your dreams
If you are ready for a new beginning or are excited to achieve your dreams, consider a periwinkle palette.
Are you a little bit wild (or perhaps a lot!)? The colors of wildflowers may be what expresses your personality the best.
Sunshine and New Growth
As stated above, yellow is a cheerful color and brings lots of energy with it. Combined with the freshness of leaf green, which brings freshness and healing, this color palette is great for a healthy living or coaching business.