How to combine colors for a traditional wedding attire. Ideas including photos of brides who matched colors purple, green, gold and orange perfectly.
This article was published to answer the wedding question asked here by Doyin about how to mix the colors purple, green and orange for an engagement ceremony.
I love all three colors especially purple, orange and some shades of green. They're very bright and cheerful colors, which a wedding really needs.
But I must first advice that it's more beautiful and mature to combine two colors than three. If you're combining three colors, then the third must be very silent.
There are a lot of colors you can combine with purple. You can match purple with violet blue, white, yellow or custard yellow, orange, red, grey etc. Some shades of green are likely to also go well with purple.
As for green you can combine it with midnight blue, gold, grey, custard yellow, orange, black etc.
And you can combine orange with purple.
To decide on the best colors to match, pick a primary color and then go to the dealers of traditional wedding clothes, aso oke, lace and the head ties. To find color(s) that is going to make that your primary color pop! You'll be able to tell better when all the colors of materials are in front of you. And if you go to an experienced dealer, they can advice you too. It's what they do.
However, I was able to find some pictures of real brides who matched the colors purple, green and orange perfectly. And I've added these photos below to guide you including purple and green color schemes.
For more on wedding color matching, see the article on wedding color combinations.
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