I analyze your best colors to bring out your own personal glow.

Glowing Color is excited to announce that we will now be providing wedding color consultations! Aisha, who was just featured, is getting married next spring and wants to know the best colors for her venue and of course her season.

turquoise peach

Aisha is a Summer. Her reception venue is quite warm with brick and red accents, so that poses a challenge with getting the cool colors that flatter Aisha without clashing with the venue. My immediate instinct flew to the blues and greens of the color scale to complement the oranges and reds in the venue.

Aisha has picked her gown (which is a gorgeous, classic strapless gown that will have a reverse lace jacket over it).


I would love to see Aisha in some subtle blue eye makeup like this

blue eyeliner

or this

Blue eye makeup

Or a more dramatic eye like this

blue eyeliner 2

These would set off her blue eyes and skin tone so beautifully! For a lip, a subtle pink would work.

Prime lips with moisture with a bit of Whipped’s strawberry lip balm, then something like MAC Plushglass in Ample Pink

Ample Pink

Possible jewelry:

Another hint of blue should come from the earrings. I am a sucker for dangling gemstone earrings. I think my eyes literally turn to hearts when I see a nice pair. With a gorgeous strapless gown like the one she has, she can afford a little drama with the earrings if she keeps a bare neckline (which I imagine she will have with the lace jacket).

One. Two. Three. Four. Five.



aqua gemstone




Bridesmaid dresses:

The ideal color based on Aisha’s venue and her own coloring for bridesmaid dresses should be a gorgeous blue-green. Not too deep of a turquoise, and not too pale of an aqua. Below are some examples of the color.

blue green bridesmaid dress

green blue dress

turquoise dresses


With blue-green bridesmaid dresses, a mix of pink and red roses would contrast beautifully and pull in the red from Aisha’s venues (there are red curtains there).

fuchsia red bouquet pinks reds creams roses

I love both of these looks. The first is more casual and rustic, which actually fits Aisha’s venue nicely (the reception is in a barn). The second is more formal, but is so gorgeous. I love an all-rose bouquet; it is classic, timeless, and includes a stunning variation of reds, pinks, and white/creams.

Hopefully, this gives Aisha a great foundation to start putting together her colors and decor for her wedding. I hope she keeps us posted and sends us photos of the wedding. She will be a beautiful bride!

If you would like me to do a color analysis for you (includes blog feature with pictures and customized color shopping list with your own personal power color) that will bring out your own unique glow, contact me at glowingcolor@gmail.com for rates. For a limited time, Glowing Color will include wedding color analyses in the same package as the standard color analyses with no extra charge. If you have not chosen your gown, I will also help you decide whether to get white or ivory (or another color altogether!).

Comments on: "Aisha’s Wedding Colors" (5)

  1. Beautiful, what a wonderful wedding service!

  2. I just wanted to say thanks so much for your helpful service. You absolutely nailed it by saying that the warm colours in the venue made it a challenge to get colours that worked with my colouring whilst also working with the venue and you got it spot on!! I had considered pink and red as flowers too so it’s good to see you recommended that. It’s good to know when planning your wedding that you’re not getting colours that don’t work with either you or the venue. I will make sure I send pictures after the event, as you have helped to cement all the ideas I had together – I was so worried about trying to get it all to go when i don’t suit warm colours!!

  3. I think I’m possibly dark autumn. My eyes are the dark autumn brown color and my hair’s warm brown. It’s not blackish though and never was, but my baby hair was dark brown like my mom’s, so I’ve always had brown hair. I just commented on this post as it’s the latest. I have what someone called pale olive skin with pink (warm pink, like peach can be autumn) undertones. My hair makes me suspect I’m autumn, due to the warm part. I don’t know if I could send a picture. I don’t know how to send from a digital camera and this is a shared computer, so what I say’s the best I can do, probably.

    • Hi there! My color advising is really specific to each individual. I have found that generalizing color seasons by hair or skin color alone can lead to a lot of people believing they are the wrong season. I am here to help! Send an e-mail to glowingcolor@gmail.com and we can discuss how I can help you.

      • I think I’m some kind of an autumn and I thought maybe you could confirm that. I sent an e-mail with two photos attached I don’t know if my eyes not showing in the one picture I found to send affects things. I got them off my Facebook, my pictures that is. I The only other available pictures were either taken on a day I was wearing that shirt in the fair photo or don’t me too good. I could try the latter, though. It does show my face.

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