Metallics remain a popular choice for weddings, whether you’re adding a hint of gold to a pink theme or creating a winter wonderland with white and silver. Rose gold is bang on trend, embracing the glamour of gold with the addition of a delicate, pink hue. If you’re on the look out for rose gold wedding invitations, we hope these ideas will inspire.
You don’t need to use a lot of colour to make an impact. Choose just a few rose gold elements around your room to impart your style.
This ceremony space is magnificent. Decorating chair backs is effective both inside and out.
Image courtesy of Jessica Claire Photography
Votives and candle holders are a great way to add colour to a table.
Image courtesy of Erica Schneider Photography
A sparkly table runner might be all you need.
Image courtesy of The Little Love Bird
Follow the geometric trend with these great vases.
Image courtesy of Branch and Bloom
Flowers make a huge impact and rose gold is easy to incorporate in to your blooms. Use delicate hues of pinks and white and look out for rose gold ribbons and vases.
Image courtesy of Kristen Weaver Photography
In the Detail
When you’ve added some colour to your venue, it’s time to carry it through to smaller details from stationery to favours.
Introduce your rose gold wedding theme with beautiful stationery.
Image courtesy of Jupiter and Juno
If you’re planning a barn wedding, bunting is always beautiful.
Image courtesy of The Sweet Party Shop
This seating plan is just the thing for a vintage style wedding.
Image courtesy of Jess Petrie
Splash out with these rose gold mini-Champagne favours.
Image courtesy of Claire Graham
Think outside the box a little. This ‘love’ balloon is a real statement piece.
Image courtesy of Think Bubble Party
Introduce rose gold to your wedding signage.
Image courtesy of Miss Design Berry Inc
All About Cake
Think of your cake as an extra decoration, tying together all elements in your reception room. Of course, it should also taste as good as it looks!
This classic stacked cake is exceptionally stylish with a delicate hint of rose gold and delicate sugar flowers.
Image courtesy of Cakes Alouisa
Stay bang on trend by incorporating a marble effect and a gold leaf tier.
Image courtesy of Poppy Pickering
If your wedding has a rustic theme, natural shades of blush pink suit the rose gold wedding theme perfectly.
Image courtesy of Poppy Carter Portraits
Effortlessly elegant, sometimes all you need is beautiful ribbon and stunning fresh flowers.
Image courtesy of Jonathan Ryder Photography
For a real showstopper, how about two rose gold tiers?
Image courtesy of Constance Zahn
Finally, add some glitz with edible rose gold glitter.
Image courtesy of Sugar Fixe Patisserie
If you’re still wondering which metallic might best suit your special day, we’re here to help you choose the perfect shade.