Truthfully, color is too dependent on personal experiences to be universally translated to specific feelings. But there are broader messaging patterns to be found in color perceptions. For instance, colors play a fairly substantial role in purchases and branding.
Consider the following:
Purple – luxury, wisdom
Purple has long been associated with royalty.
Blue – trust, confidence
Blue is all about serenity—clear skies and calm seas.
Yellow – is for warnings.
Like orange, yellow can be an underwhelming color if not used properly.
Green – is ideal for environmental and outdoor products.
Orange – is a fun color that can create a sense of haste or impulse.
Red – tends to be a loud, strong color