Top Easter Card Colors for 2009
There are certain Easter card colors that will always be popular. Since Easter cards represent your family's first chance to celebrate spring with sweet stationery, many people opt for traditional pastel Easter cards featuring cute bunnies and baby chicks. But if you want to celebrate in a way that's a little more avant-garde, consider replacing your pastel Easter cards with some of these haute couture colors for 2009.
- Chocolate brown can instantly transform a traditional Easter card into something with a more fun and modern style. You can even blend this timeless shade of brown with more traditional pastel colors, like yellow and green, to create chic Easter cards that present traditional style with a contemporary twist.
- Jewel tones generally conjure images of radiant fall or winter stationery, but by including a rich color or two in your Easter cards you can instantly give a childish design some grown-up fair. Regal amethyst and light sapphire shades work particularly well for this purpose.
- Many stylish stationery fans may have already read that grey is the new accent color to crave. Smoky grey tones will give depth to your Easter cards, particularly when paired with classic pastels.
- Instead of hot pinks and fiery reds, embrace the cooler side of spring with dusty rose shades and deep raspberry colors for Easter cards that are sweet and stylish at the same time.