Red

Red Envelopes Represents:

Energy: red coloured envelopes boost our physical energy levels, increases our heart rate and blood pressure and prompts the release of adrenalin.

Action: the colour red is fast moving and promotes a need for action and movement.

Desire: red coloured envelopes relate to physical desire in all its forms- sexual, appetite...

Red Envelopes Represents:

Energy: red coloured envelopes boost our physical energy levels, increases our heart rate and blood pressure and prompts the release of adrenalin.

Action: the colour red is fast moving and promotes a need for action and movement.

Desire: red coloured envelopes relate to physical desire in all its forms- sexual, appetite, cravings.

Passion: it means a passionate belief in an issue or undertaking, including passionate love or passionate hate.

The Effects Of Red Coloured Envelopes:

Stimulating: to the physical senses- the sexual and physical appetite. Red envelopes stimulate the deeper passions within us, such as sex, love, courage, hatred or revenge.

Exciting and Motivating: when using our red envelopes in a promotional campaign it can excite emotions and inspires us to take action.

Attention-getting: it demands you to take notice, alerting you to danger. This is why we have red traffic lights and stop signs – it is the universal color for danger

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  • Bordeaux

    In using our red envelopes and paper from www.GreetingsEnvelopes.co.uk for your business we want you to understand it's traits, qualities and the mood it portrays. Red is stimulating to the appetite and therefore a great colour to use for any product associated with food and its service, including restaurants and take-away businesses. Also it's important to understand that the coloured inks and envelopes which most complement and balance red are turquoise, green or blue.

    • Red is a warm and positive colour, a very physical colour which draws attention to itself and calls for action to be taken.
    • In colour psychology red means energy, passion, action, strength and excitement. It stimulates the physical senses such as the appetite, lust and sexual passion. Although it is often used to express love, it really relates more to sexual passion and lust whereas pink relates more to romantic love.

    • Red represents masculine energy, whereas its softer version, pink, is associated with feminine energy. A universal sign of danger and warning, this is a colour that can also show and create aggressiveness and anger, particularly if used to excess in the wrong applications.

    • Physiologically, it stimulates and energizes the physical body, including the nerves and the circulation of blood, raising blood pressure and heart rate.
  • Festive Red

    In using our festive bubble red envelopes and paper from www.GreetingsEnvelopes.co.uk for your business we want you to understand it's traits, qualities and the mood it portrays. Red is stimulating to the appetite and therefore a great colour to use for any product associated with food and its service, including restaurants and take-away businesses. Also it's important to understand that the coloured inks and envelopes which most complement and balance red are turquoise, green or blue.

    • Red is a warm and positive colour, a very physical colour which draws attention to itself and calls for action to be taken.
    • In colour psychology red means energy, passion, action, strength and excitement. It stimulates the physical senses such as the appetite, lust and sexual passion. Although it is often used to express love, it really relates more to sexual passion and lust whereas pink relates more to romantic love.

    • Red represents masculine energy, whereas its softer version, pink, is associated with feminine energy. A universal sign of danger and warning, this is a colour that can also show and create aggressiveness and anger, particularly if used to excess in the wrong applications.

    • Physiologically, it stimulates and energizes the physical body, including the nerves and the circulation of blood, raising blood pressure and heart rate.
  • Foil Red

    In using foil red envelopes from www.GreetingsEnvelopes.co.uk for your business we want you to understand it's traits, qualities and the mood it portrays. Red is stimulating to the appetite and therefore a great colour to use for any product associated with food and its service, including restaurants and take-away businesses. Also it's important to understand that the coloured inks and envelopes which most complement and balance red are turquoise, green or blue.

    • Red is a warm and positive colour, a very physical colour which draws attention to itself and calls for action to be taken.
    • In colour psychology red means energy, passion, action, strength and excitement. It stimulates the physical senses such as the appetite, lust and sexual passion. Although it is often used to express love, it really relates more to sexual passion and lust whereas pink relates more to romantic love.

    • Red represents masculine energy, whereas its softer version, pink, is associated with feminine energy. A universal sign of danger and warning, this is a colour that can also show and create aggressiveness and anger, particularly if used to excess in the wrong applications.

    • Physiologically, it stimulates and energizes the physical body, including the nerves and the circulation of blood, raising blood pressure and heart rate.
  • Pillar Box Red

    Big campaigns with maximum impact for a great price, these Pillar Box Red envelopes are the one we recommend. In using our red envelopes and paper from www.GreetingsEnvelopes.co.uk for your business we want you to understand it's traits, qualities and the mood it portrays. Red is stimulating to the appetite and therefore a great colour to use for any product associated with food and its service, including restaurants and take-away businesses. Also it's important to understand that the coloured inks and envelopes which most complement and balance red are turquoise, green or blue.

    • Red is a warm and positive colour, a very physical colour which draws attention to itself and calls for action to be taken.
    • In colour psychology red means energy, passion, action, strength and excitement. It stimulates the physical senses such as the appetite, lust and sexual passion. Although it is often used to express love, it really relates more to sexual passion and lust whereas pink relates more to romantic love.

    • Red represents masculine energy, whereas its softer version, pink, is associated with feminine energy. A universal sign of danger and warning, this is a colour that can also show and create aggressiveness and anger, particularly if used to excess in the wrong applications.

    • Physiologically, it stimulates and energizes the physical body, including the nerves and the circulation of blood, raising blood pressure and heart rate.
  • Poppy Red

    In using Poppy red envelopes from www.GreetingsEnvelopes.co.uk for your business we want you to understand it's traits, qualities and the mood it portrays. Red is stimulating to the appetite and therefore a great colour to use for any product associated with food and its service, including restaurants and take-away businesses. Also it's important to understand that the coloured inks and envelopes which most complement and balance red are turquoise, green or blue.

    • Red is a warm and positive colour, a very physical colour which draws attention to itself and calls for action to be taken.
    • In colour psychology red means energy, passion, action, strength and excitement. It stimulates the physical senses such as the appetite, lust and sexual passion. Although it is often used to express love, it really relates more to sexual passion and lust whereas pink relates more to romantic love.

    • Red represents masculine energy, whereas its softer version, pink, is associated with feminine energy. A universal sign of danger and warning, this is a colour that can also show and create aggressiveness and anger, particularly if used to excess in the wrong applications.

    • Physiologically, it stimulates and energizes the physical body, including the nerves and the circulation of blood, raising blood pressure and heart rate.
  • Velvet Red

    "Touching is believing" is what these envelopes are all about. We sometimes think that the tactile feel and superb quality of these envelopes will detract from what you put inside. These velvety envelopes are truly unique, sensational in both feel and appearance. If you want a no nonsense top of the range envelope to grab the attention of everyone you mail, then this is the envelope we highly recommend you use.

    In using red envelopes from www.GreetingsEnvelopes.co.uk for your business we want you to understand it's traits, qualities and the mood it portrays. Red is stimulating to the appetite and therefore a great colour to use for any product associated with food and its service, including restaurants and take-away businesses. Also it's important to understand that the coloured inks and envelopes which most complement and balance red are turquoise, green or blue.

    • Red is a warm and positive colour, a very physical colour which draws attention to itself and calls for action to be taken.
    • In colour psychology red means energy, passion, action, strength and excitement. It stimulates the physical senses such as the appetite, lust and sexual passion. Although it is often used to express love, it really relates more to sexual passion and lust whereas pink relates more to romantic love.

    • Red represents masculine energy, whereas its softer version, pink, is associated with feminine energy. A universal sign of danger and warning, this is a colour that can also show and create aggressiveness and anger, particularly if used to excess in the wrong applications.

    • Physiologically, it stimulates and energizes the physical body, including the nerves and the circulation of blood, raising blood pressure and heart rate.
  • Scarlet Red

    In using Scarlet red envelopes from www.GreetingsEnvelopes.co.uk for your business we want you to understand it's traits, qualities and the mood it portrays. Red is stimulating to the appetite and therefore a great colour to use for any product associated with food and its service, including restaurants and take-away businesses. Also it's important to understand that the coloured inks and envelopes which most complement and balance red are turquoise, green or blue.

    • Red is a warm and positive colour, a very physical colour which draws attention to itself and calls for action to be taken.
    • In colour psychology red means energy, passion, action, strength and excitement. It stimulates the physical senses such as the appetite, lust and sexual passion. Although it is often used to express love, it really relates more to sexual passion and lust whereas pink relates more to romantic love.

    • Red represents masculine energy, whereas its softer version, pink, is associated with feminine energy. A universal sign of danger and warning, this is a colour that can also show and create aggressiveness and anger, particularly if used to excess in the wrong applications.

    • Physiologically, it stimulates and energizes the physical body, including the nerves and the circulation of blood, raising blood pressure and heart rate.
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