If LENZO were a colour, we would 110% be #PINK!
You can probably tell, but we're obsessed with this versatile and feminine colour. We incorporate it in everything we do, from our branding to our social feeds. With a bit of creative thinking and thought, pink can be incorporated into most events - from pops of metallic pink to contrasts of fuchsia!
Millennial Pink Partyware
Millenial Pink is the fad that just won't die - and for good reason! This soft dusty pink is as soothing as it is ubiquitous. Use it with sophisticated dark colours, metallic splashes and if you're feeling bold, try some colour blocking.
Hot Pink Partyware
The girl at the party in the middle of the dance-floor, hot pink is indeed hot. Whilst it can seem a little scary or overbearing, hot pinks and magentas work beautifully as an outlining element. Use it alongside other bright colours like lime green, mustard yellow, burnt orange and azure for a colour smorgasboard. Pair it with blush, metallic and dark pinks for a textured and feminine look. Or, try an ombre effect with white partyware for a more sophisticated, arty vibe.
Rose Gold Partyware
We love rose gold so much we dedicated a whole article to it. The most sophisticated of the pink cousins, rose gold works in almost any element. Rose gold cutlery, metallic pink balloons, blush confetti, you name it, it looks #AMAZING. Experiment with with rose gold in your event hire, your balloons, or even your straws.
A Hint of Pink
Sometimes we have to restrain ourselves, but we still need to let our pink flag fly. This is where a hint of pink comes in. So pale it's a shade of white, dispersed amonst a myriad of other colours, or edging around the purple or orange spectrum. These are great options to incorporate into events which require a tad more restraint or 'masculinity' (although we think pink can be masculine too!)