One of my favorite mnemonic devices from elementary school that I vividly remember was Roy G. Biv. For all my 4th grade science daydreamers out there, Roy G. Biv is an acronym that stands for the visible part of the electromagnetic light spectrum. In lamen terms, it’s the order of colors that appear in the rainbow! Red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo and violet!! Just as mnemonic devices are a tool for teachers who want to help their student’s remember important facts, Preston Bailey’s The Color Palette Picker is an excellent tool for brides who need help picking out their color scheme!
I stumbled across The Color Palette Picker while checking out PrestonBailey.com and had to share this amazing tool with all of you! Whether you’re trying to figure out colors for your special day or are in the midst of planning some other type of event, this easy to use tool is a great way to help you visualize your event’s color scheme!
Start by selecting a color from his palette that sparks your imagination:
Then answer a few short questions about your event.
Then add in the Preston factor!
Presto! Your done!! Now it’s time to check out your color palette! I hope you find this as helpful as I did!!!