You’ve probably been able to see that many personalized napkins have a professional and quality look. This is achieved, not only through a good print job, but also by correctly choosing the colors that are going to go on, not only our printed napkins, but also on our personalized placemats.
It is logical to think that if we want to personalize a blue napkin, we would not choose a purple-colored ink to print in. The color would just end up lost.
We know it can be difficult sometimes choosing the colors that best go with the color of the napkin or placemats that we want to personalize with our logo. That is why we have prepared an ink chart so that you know which colors we use in printing at La Pajarita and which combinations your personalization would go well with and which ones we would recommend not combining.
As you have seen, the rows are the personalized placemat and napkin colors in which they can be printed, and the 34 rows are each and every color we use to personalize your placemats.
We find three types of boxes in this chart: the color boxes with a black tick are colors that would go great with the background support color. Let’s give an example: in the burgundy row, the first box is marked with a tick. This means that, for a burgundy-color personalized napkin, white would go great with it.
The second type of box we find are light gray. These are ones not recommended. Thanks to our long experience personalizing, we have come across a few combinations that just don’t go well together no matter how you combine them or print them. That’s why we advise you not to use combinations marked in gray for your personalized placemats and napkins.
Lastly, there are some colors, on other colors, that lose quality, visibility, and harmony. Due to this, boxes in dark gray are color combinations that are impossible for us to print. For us, quality is the most important, and we know that these combinations on personalized napkins and placemats will not not have the print quality they ought to.