Everything Should Be Available In The Color Pink, Including Monster Trucks
Light Pink Moodboard + Color Psychology for Your Next Branding Project

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Last week, I talked about how I’ve worked with blush for quite a few projects. I love using a darker blush for link colors. It kind of works as a neutral, yet it still pops!

With certain projects, if the client has a very clear photography style, I will incorporate a very light pink into the background. Using background hues and patterns allows photographs to pop. It’s particularly important that the client has a clear and consistent photography style. If I paired a light pink with low-quality photographs, the site would look awful. If the client is still figuring out his/her photography, I opt for a light gray.

Similar to blush, this hue can convey feelings of kindness and compassion. Depending on the shade, it can take a brand from being somewhat neutral, to extremely feminine.

Light Pink In Personal Style

Most of my wardrobe and personal style is black, white, and grey, but if I were to add a color it would be dusty, light pink – subtle and moody. I dream of having a pink sofa in my future studio space. One day!

Light Pink Color Psychology: kindness, happiness, health, compassion
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  • Meet Lindsay Humes

    Hi! I’m the designer and owner behind White Oak Creative. I partner with creative entrepreneurs, lifestyle publishers and content creators to design the best brand identity to grow their audience and brand. My blog is full of resources on Branding, WordPress, SEO, and more!

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    6 thoughts on “Everything Should Be Available In The Color Pink, Including Monster Trucks

    1. nancy

      Great post. So great that it led me all the way to the bottom, where I swooned over the look of your shop the post widget – what one do you use?

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      1. Lindsay Humes Post author

        It’s a custom field that I created and designed for my theme. For some of my design projects, I do a custom footer depending on the project!

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