It is almost impossible to make printed colors match what you see on your screen. This is because all computer screens and printers are different so the colors you see on your screen may not exactly match what you print out. If there is a major difference, your monitor might not be calibrated, your paper might not be compatible with your printer or your ink levels could be low. Paper color can also effect the appearance of the ink. When you receive your first proof you should test it out on your printer.
Using the printer setting and ink suggested by the printer manufacturer often provides the best result. Otherwise, you will need to experiment with the printing controls and adjust brightness/darkness, saturation, or color balance individually.