If you’re thinking ‘what is the best colour combination for a Nigerian traditional or white wedding?’ I got you covered – in this post. I know how stressful it is planning a wedding and also looking for ideas on nice colours that work well together.
Let me help you. I spent a lot of time researching colours, and finally, have put together what I call the ultimate Nigerian colour combinations lists. As a result, I made a colour combo list for Peach, there’s another for Wine colour combinations, another for Onion colour combinations, and so on. The full list of our different colour combinations posts is down below.
Each of our colour combo lists has up to 50 sets of combinations and includes the trending wedding colour combinations in Nigeria. They also work for non-wedding colour combo works such as interior design.
Swipe or scroll down to check out our colour combo lists for different colours.
I made sure to cover so many colours – hundreds of colour combination sets (you’ll find nice 2- and 3-colour combinations). Our list has some of the best sets of colours that are known to go well together.
All you need to do is pick and choose. You won’t ever have to ask anyone again: ‘what colours combine or go well together?’.
Find below lists of the best colour combinations ideas I put together for you – different lists for different colours. Check them out one by one. What you’ll find are colour schemes and combinations of colours that look appealing together.
Different Colour Combination LISTS for Aso-ebi and Nigerian Traditional/ White Wedding (NaijaGlamWedding’s Colour Combo Lists and Guides)
- PEACH COMBOS: 57 Peach Colour Combinations List for Aso-ebi and Wedding Design
- WINE COMBOS: 58 Wine Colour Combinations for Dressing and Design
- ONION COMBOS: 76 Onion Colour Combinations for Nigerian Wedding and Aso-ebi (LIST)
- More colour combos will be added
If you’re a Nigerian, you know how we’re so obsessed with wedding colour combinations – one combo for the traditional wedding; another for the white wedding, another colour combo for family members’ aso-ebi, a different combination for friends aso-ebi, and another colour combination for office colleagues aso-ebi.
That’s in addition to finding wedding colour schemes for the bride and groom’s wears and that of their bridesmaids and groomsmen. That’s not all – plus a colour palette for the wedding venue.
Wow! What a hard job that is. That is what Nigerian brides go through, plus the usual anxiety and stress associated with wedding planning. Choosing a colour combo is a stressful affair, but I’ve done the work so that you don’t have to stress yourself.
Save this page because you’ll need it again and again. If you’re a bride asking: ‘how do I choose a colour combination for my traditional wedding attire and venue decoration?’ Or ‘I am looking for a colour combination to sew a new ankara pencil dress’, just come to this page and pick one combo.
To make sure that you don’t go through stress to find a colour combination, I took the pain to do extensive research to provide you with appealing colour combos for different colours.
I also grouped the colour combinations by the type of colour so that you can quickly filter through to pick a combo around your favourite colours.
Tips on How to Use our Colour Combinations Guide for Occasion-Wears and Traditional Wedding Outfits
- Use any combo from our list of colour combinations (in each guide) to combine colours for your Gele and Blouse/ top.
- Use it when combining colours for houses, venue decoration
- Use it when combining colours for your bridesmaid dresses
- Use it to combine colours for bride and groom’s traditional wedding wear, such as aso-oke
- Use it when combining colours for your groom’s agbada and cap. Our colour combination lists guide is your answer when your guy asks you for tips on how to match colours for men’s clothes.
- Men can use this guide when combining colours for their native wear and caps, or to choose colour combo for the men aso-ebi or to choose matching ties or socks for their groomsmen/ bestman suits.
- Aim for harmony and cohesion when picking different aso-ebi colours. Do you want the overall colours in the group pictures of you and your aso-ebi men/ women to look cohesive, together, in-sync and coordinated, without appearing off or clashing?
- Ask yourself: if the couple and a few people in each aso-ebi colour group are in the same picture, will all the colours appear ‘together and cohesive’ in that picture?
- If you’re a bride or groom planning to wear a specific colour for your traditional marriage attire, find the colour on this page (up above) and go to the particular guide for that colour to choose colours for your ore iyawo/ aso-ebi ladies or men.
- This colour combo guide will also help you to choose a bridesmaid and groomsmen outfits that do not clash in pictures.
For brides and grooms who are picking wedding colours, it’s easy to choose your own outfit colours, but check whether everyone’s colours will tie-together and not clash when you and your wedding party/ aso-ebi gang snap a group picture.
Just look through our colour combinations list to choose a matching colour for your various aso-ebi people.
We usually see traditional wedding pictures of a bride and her asoebi bella ladies together and the colours are clashing, even though they look gorgeous when not snapped together.
So, when thinking of your own traditional wedding fabric colours, also think of how your (bride’s) outfit will match your asoebi belles when snapped together in group pictures.
The Struggle Nigerian Brides Go Through To Find Matching Colours for Wedding
Colours have a way of bringing a certain ambience to weddings. Every wedding is colourful, but more so are Nigeria weddings where the bride is faced with picking tons of colour matches for different things aside from her wedding colour pallete.
She has to choose her and her groom’s outfit colours. Also, she has to pick a nice wedding colour scheme for her venue decoration and wedding party (bridesmaids and groomsmen).
For Western brides, that would have been all, but for a Nigerian bride, she also has to find the right colour match for her and her groom’s traditional wedding attires.
That’s not all, she also has to pick aso-ebi colour combinations for different groups of relatives and wedding guests. That’s definitely a hard and stressful thing, given that the wedding planning itself is super-stressful.
For years, we have been answering colour combination questions from some of our readers who asked us. We’ve enjoyed giving them ideas on colours that that match for their traditional and white wedding.
After years of one-on-one answers to colour combination questions dropped in the comments box and those sent to us by email, we have now decided to throw open our colour combo lists to every bride out there and anyone looking for colour combination ideas for homes or office interior decoration needs (including living room/ bedroom/ kitchen/ bathroom design).
So, we have kickstarted a series of blog posts showing nice colour combinations for different individual colours. This page is where we will list the colours that we have posted so far. So, save this page because I’ll keep adding new colour combinations!
A lot of research and hard work goes into putting together every of our colour combinations guide and list for you. I’ll appreciate if you help us share and repost it on social media if you find it helpful. Thanks in advance.
How The NaijaGlamWedding’s Colour Combinations Lists for Nigerian Weddings Came About
On our Facebook page and groups, the most popular questions we get is around colour combinations for aso-ebi and traditional wedding attires.
We often get asked questions such as ‘what colours go with red/ blue/ green’; ‘what colour of headtie should I wear with purple aso-ebi?’. It has been difficult answering every person one by one, especially when some of the questions had been answered before.
Our colour combination series is my way of answering your colour combination questions in one single place, once and for all – so that many other people can also have seen the list of colour combos.
With that being said, please save this page and come back to it every time you are looking for colour combinations. Then go to any of our colour combination guides, for the colour you are looking at.
SUMMARY: Now, that we have our colour combo guides for you, instead of asking us ‘what colour goes with this or that colour’, please come to this page and pick a colour combo – it’s all here.
I’ll keep updating this series by adding more colours. If there’s any colour you want, that is yet to be added on this page, feel free to ask for it in the comment section (down below).
Conclusion: Colour Combinations Guide for Nigerian Native Wear and Traditional Wedding Outfits
We’ll come up with colour combinations list for other colours, so keep checking our colour combo page for more. For example, instead of asking ‘will this or that colour go with peach?’, I want you to browse our Peach colour combo list and pick the colour pairing that appeals to you.
I provided many options and so you’ll definitely find matching colour combo set for your taste.
NEXT STEPS FOR YOU: Bookmark this page, so that you can easily come back to pick any colour combination for your next occasion wear or aso-ebi, wedding colour combo, native-wear or even for decorating your home or wedding/ party/ event venue.
That’s it on NaijaGlamWedding’s ultimate colour combinations guide for aso-ebi and Nigerian weddings. I hope you like this post.
Did you find a colour combination you like? Share it with me in the comments section down below. Do you have any colour you want us to cover next? Let me know – comment about it. I’ll be looking forward to chatting with you in the comments area. Thanks for reading.