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Would creating a theme AND utilizing a custom.css be an acceptable practice? I'm thinking to get the base colors and fonts set, a theme setup could save some time on the process. Then the various other elements to customize, place in a custom.css registered in the custom masterpage. Thoughts?
That would certainly be a viable option. You might also consider making those additional elements themable, so that if your user applies a different theme, your elements would be able to pick up those colors as well.