7 Colors You Can Wear to a Wedding (And 7 You Shouldn’t)

You can wear almost any of your favorite colors to a wedding, as long as it complements the mood.


Pink is a color that's been associated with femininity for centuries

Nowadays, many brides choose pink for their wedding gown or the dresses for their bridesmaids. If that’s your case, make sure to wear a different shade of pink than the wedding party.

Green Leaf
Palm Leaf

Powder blue

It’s not too bright, but it also isn’t dark, which makes it a perfect color to mingle in both summer and winter weddings.

Pastel colors

Pastel colors have been trending for quite some time. You can incorporate these sugary colors into your wedding wear wardrobe.

Colors You Shouldn't Wear At a Wedding

BLACK  Weddings are a happy occasion, a perfect time to celebrate love and new beginnings, which means you shouldn’t wear black; the color of bad luck.


It’s very close to white and is not an appropriate color for a wedding guest. A wedding day is a once-in-a-lifetime event for your loved one. You won’t want to break their experience by wearing a matching dress to the bridal gown. This color is better left for the bride.

Glitter Golden Dresses

Sparkly gold dresses may be fun, but they also draw attention to the wearer and away from the bride. It’s like saying “I’m here to party and not pay attention”.