Color coordination and catering

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Catering a successful event is so much more than the food you bring. If you are working for high level clients, they will expect a level of coordination throughout all aspects of your presentation. The visuals will be an important part of this presentation. Let’s take a closer look at how to coordinate colors, especially for events thrown inside.

Spacing

Believe it or not, the colors you choose have a huge effect on the way that space is perceived in your event. Light colors such as beige, white and light grey tend to expand the perception of a room. They are also known to relax people.

Foodie Colors

Mixing too many light colors with dark colors like blue and purple in your background can actually create a diet suppressant. This is definitely not the effect you want to have if you are catering an event! Stick to a single color scheme for the background, and limit the number of contrasting elements.

Emotion

Yellow and red are used to excite; green and brown are used to relax. There are many combinations in between. The purpose of your color coordination is not to go for a single emotion. Leave that to fast food restaurants who want people to impulse buy then quickly get up and leave. Your goal, like a painter, is to mix emotions with color in such a way that the individual decides how to feel.

If you have trouble matching colors with each other, use this color wheel for a scientifically proven way to get the psychological response that you want from your audience.

Trapalides prides itself on offering the best fine dining equipment Cyprus has to offer. Call or visit our showroom when it is time to make a great impression at your next catering event.