Something upbeat like orange and yellow would be my choice. I don't think there is anything set for that age.
I'm pretty sure it is blue. I've heard sky blue but I know the stone used to represent 65 yrs. of marriage is the blue saphire. The blue saphire is a bit of a darker blue. So I would probably suggest incorporating both blues & using that as your color theme.
For wedding anniversaries, Sky Blue is considered the traditional color. We run a business devoted to adult milestone celebrations, and the 65 milestone we believe is under-represented in the available party decorating themes. While there are over a dozen different milestone party themes for the 60th birthday milestone, we've only found 2 for the 65th. I've attached a photo of them. One is called Life Is Great and features a multi-color pallet with bright blues, oranges, red, and black accents. The other is called Birthday Stripes and features a bright multi-color set-up heavy on the blues and red. I've attached a photo showing 4 of the typical products.
65th birthday could have silver / gold / black or white themed. There are many sites that would have above colours related themes and party supplies. One of the best I know is http://www.partyvilla.com.au or if you are based in USA shindigs or party city.
- Grey, black white and red is the best combination you are ever going to have it is for every event above the age of 25. if it is birthday then go for balloons and if it is a marriage or any anniversary then curtains of white and red color will do excellent.
White and blue. Because these colors relax the nerves and calm the self.
I would cater it to the personality of the birthday boy/girl. If he/she is depressed about turning 65 try to use bright and cheerful colors. Though you will want to avoid kid's party colors. If a serious party is expected use the traditional white, black, and gold.
Remember it's their party and no one else's.
I think their favorite color would be the perfect theme for the birthday, so any color of their choosing would do although, I would personally choose either royal blue or dark red if your looking to avoid party colors. I think royal blue is really pretty, and dark red has this very warm and romantic vibe to it if you want to choose that one
I think yellow is a good color suggestion for theme of the 65th birthday. On one hand yellow stands for freshness, happiness, positivity, clarity, energy, optimism, enlightenment, remembrance, intellect, honor, loyalty, and joy, but on the other, it represents cowardice and deceit. A dull or dingy yellow may represent caution, sickness, and jealousy.
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