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The Meaning of Green

The Irish holiday is always celebrated on March 17th, which is the day that Saint Patrick died. He was a missionary way back in the 4th century. His real name is believed to be Maewyn Succat. He took the name Patrick after he became a priest.

Saint Patrick’s Day has changed considerably since the 4th century. Leprechauns, green clothing, green drinks, green everything. Why you ask? Green is the color of Ireland and springtime. Green is featured in the Irish flag, it’s the color of shamrocks, and Ireland’s nickname is the “Emerald Isle.” There isn’t really just one reason why green is the official color of Saint Patrick’s Day.

If green is your favorite color it says a lot about your personality. Green is the color of balance and harmony. From a color psychology viewpoint, it steadies the heart and emotions, and creates a balance between the brain and the heart. Green is an emotionally optimistic color, providing us with feelings of nurturing and love. Green is a natural peacemaker.

If you choose green as the primary color of your folding carton packaging, you made a wise choice. Green colored packaging is associated with stability and harmony. It’s linked to security, wealth and growth. Always a good choice for medical device, pharmaceutical, environmentally-friendly or natural products, green suggests natural, organic and healthy items. Dark green indicates wealth, indulgence and quality, while light or subtle greens suggest environmentally safe and nutritious. Green is often an ideal color to choose, with the addition of decorative finishes or printing in shades of green that will attract your target market.

While color psychology isn’t an exact science, it does have an impact on what we purchase. Color is the best way to produce and enhance a unified image and branding of your product. Color is such an important instrument. Thoro Packaging is here to give your brand a truly individual and unique identity with color. You won’t need the luck of the Irish.

By | 2017-01-12T20:58:15+00:00 March 16, 2016|Creativity, Uncategorized|0 Comments

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