Bronze is set to be a popular colour choice for 2018 so we thought we’d give it a closer look. When it comes to the shade itself, this timeless metallic shares similarities with copper but has more of a yellow-brown tone. If you’re looking for some bronze wedding ideas, you’ve come to the right place!
From elegant invitations to quirky place names, be inspired by this bronze wedding stationery.
This beautiful design would suit a wedding at any time of year.
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A bronze foil on ivory or white is effortlessly stylish.
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Complete the look with a bronze seal.
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Ferrero Rocher chocolates make great place names and double up as your favour.
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Set the scene for an autumn or winter wedding with bronze painted pine cones.
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How about using antique bronze keys as your place names?
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Frames in different shapes and sizes make the basis of a perfect seating plan. Simply find designs you like and paint them bronze.
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Set your scene from the moment you walk down the aisle with these inspirational ideas.
Simple tins filled with blooms make lovely rustic aisle decorations. This particular style takes on a more copper hue.
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We love these bronze painted chairs with black seat pads.
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Lanterns are another great choice for lining the aisle.
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For a real wow factor, how about a bronze chandelier?
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From table linen and glassware to floral arrangements and lighting, add a hint of metallic to your tables.
Once again, we see bronze chairs. Introducing colour through furniture and table linen can be extremely effective.
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Perhaps you might choose to have bronze cutlery, or even just a hint of ribbon around a sprig of herbs. Delicate details are often all you need. We also see here how well bronze combines with black.
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A clever florist will introduce bronze to your wedding flowers using beautiful blooms and foliage.
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Chair back decorations are lovely and don’t have to feature on every chair. Perhaps you could just have them on the top table?
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Add evening glamour with a sequin tablecloth or runner. Bare in mind that this requires no further embellishment and looks best with simple china and glassware. It speaks for itself!
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Vases of various sizes and in different metallic shades work well together.
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If you’re looking for ambient light at an evening wedding, you could introduce bronze with some magnificent candlesticks.
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In the Detail
Reinforce your colour scheme with well-placed details, from stunning cakes to pretty decorations.
We love this creative idea for a cake with painted figs. A beautiful choice for autumn or winter.
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This is a great wall decoration for a barn venue.
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Tea lights are a relatively inexpensive way of adding some romantic candlelight to your venue.
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Simple, yet elegant.
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Buttons can make a great alternative bouquet.
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Choose a fabulous bronze cake stand, adding height and colour to your wedding cake.
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Colours to Combine
While bronze works well with white and ivory, it also combines beautifully with other shades such as black, fuchsia and teal. Here are some of our favourite colour matches.
Bronze with teal
Quirky, stylish and just the thing for autumn.
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Bronze with marsala
Bang on trend and beautiful throughout the year.
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Bronze with navy or black
Glamorous, timeless and ideal for a winter or evening celebration.
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Bronze with brights
We love metallic gold hues with these lively shades.
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And finally… if you like what you see so far but you’re still wondering which metallic to choose for your special day, we hope these inspirational ideas will help.