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Couple getting married with light blue, white, and light pink wedding flowers.

Color theory is an essential concept in the field of visual arts, encompassing a multitude of definitions, concepts, and design applications. Essentially, it is a guide to understanding how colors relate to each other and how they can be combined for various effects and emotions. It’s based on the color wheel developed by Sir Isaac Newton, consisting of primary (red, blue, yellow), secondary (a mix of two primaries), and tertiary colors (a combination of primary and secondary colors). Understanding the principles of color theory, such as complementary, analogous, and monochromatic color schemes, can help create visual harmony and evoke specific emotions. 

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