Purple color LED lights are seen both at Christmas and Halloween each year and when TCU is having a big game. Every October, we see them used in neighborhoods and businesses to create a spooky atmosphere along with ghosts, goblins, spiders, and skeletons.
Here is what one of our customers emailed us about their purple lights:
We wanted to try something completely unconventional this year, so we decided to use your purple razzberry lights for all of our Christmas decorating this year - purple is our school color.
Our tree looked fabulous with the purple lights! We used all round ornaments in silver, crystal, and purple colors. The effect was absolutely breathtaking at night when we could see the purple lights reflecting off of the silver and crystal ornaments. -Susan
Purple color LED mini lights are especially effective in creating a truly "terrifying" environment! <laughing>
Our customers use purple along with green and orange to make the most of their ghoulish and creepy Halloween displays.
Try blacking out your windows with black paper then swag black yarn to create a large spider web. Outline it with purple lights to provide the perfect street-view of a creepy crawly display.
Line the inside of a foam or weekend-project wooden coffin with purple color LED lights and then leave it cracked just enough that the light shines out between the cracks.
Switching gears a bit, birthday parties are a big hit when decorated with purple LED mini lights. Wow your guests by lighting up a dark hallway with lights on the ceiling and then using streamers to line the walls.
Criss-cross lights across the living room ceiling or the dining room - especially in Winter when the kids can't get out to play. Add colorful white and purple balloons attached to long strings running down to the floor and you'll have color throughout the space.
Are you having the birthday party outside? Decorate the patio or yard with purple by using fences and outbuildings as your lighting canvas. Party themes that would be ideal for using our purple color LED Christmas lights might include flowers, My Little Pony, The Littlest Pet Shop, superheroes, or over-the-hill themes.
High School Graduation
Are you planning a big celebration for your high school graduate? If his or her school colors included purple, include lighting to add school spirit to your festivities. Our LED lights can be used inside the home or outside the home, so use your imagination to come up with ways to add lights to your special event.
The color purple is being used more often by interior decorators to create an atmosphere of serenity in the home. Bathrooms and bedrooms are popular spaces for using light as accents.
Football season is known for Sunday gatherings around the big screen television with friends, family, and food, all in the name of cheering on your favorite team. If your team sports team colors that include purple, why not kick it up a notch and decorate your home theatre or living room with purple Christmas lights? Intertwine the purple LED lights with lights of the secondary team color and you'll have a football party that was the highlight of the week.
A girl's bedroom is another room of the house that would look beautiful and sparkly with the addition of purple color LED Christmas lights around her headboard, ceiling, or shelves.