Rose gold is becoming an increasingly popular colour choice for weddings and it’s easy to see why. Combining the glamour and elegance of gold with a delicate pink hue, rose gold is unquestionably romantic. If you’re planning a rose gold wedding theme, let’s take a look at how you might incorporate it in to your special day.
While you might decide against wearing a rose gold gown, it’s a great colour for your bridesmaids and to use for accents such as jewellery and menswear accessories.
With a touch of sparkle, these bridesmaid dresses ooze elegance. While each bridesmaid wears a different style, they co-ordinate with the same fabric.
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This shade of pink tie and buttonhole would coordinate with a navy, black or grey suit and stay in keeping with a rose gold theme.
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When it comes to the bride, consider introducing rose gold accents to your jewellery, from bracelets to hair vines.
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Saying ‘I do’
It’s time to get married! From your invitations through to the ceremony, you can begin to introduce your colour scheme.
Add a hint of rose gold to your wedding stationery.
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Sometimes it isn’t easy to find what you’re looking for in rose gold. Here we see the perfect combination of gold with pink to set the scene.
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Find the perfect shade in fabric that you can use to adorn tables.
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All About Flowers
While you won’t find flowers in rose gold, you will find beautiful shades of pink that highlight the colour scheme perfectly, and you can always add ribbon to accentuate the shade.
The natural style of this pretty blush bouquet is the perfect complement to a glamorous gown.
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Dahlias, roses, foliage and painted eucalyptus leaves create a magnificent bouquet.
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We love these simple rose stems in rose gold painted vases.
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Décor and Details
Moving through to your reception, incorporate your colour into your table décor. Remember, just a hint of rose gold is all you need.
This ‘love’ balloon adds fun and colour to a country style setting.
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Gold frames on a pink background make an elegant seating plan.
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Signage is an easy way to add colour and personalisation.
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Sometimes all you need is a fabulous table runner!
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Lavish bows on the chairs make all the difference here, adding colour and vintage style to this beautiful setting.
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Of course, this is the perfect opportunity to serve rosé Champagne!
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... Or, if you’re feeling generous, you might give miniature bottles as favours.
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These rose gold espresso cups make lovely favours.
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Cake, Glorious Cake!
Think of your wedding cake as a blank canvas, the perfect opportunity to go to town with the style and colour scheme of your wedding.
Smooth, stacked tiers with immaculate sugar flowers create a spectacular cake.
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Stay on trend with a drip cake, adorned with rose gold of course!
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For classic elegance, stick to pristine white tiers, fresh flowers and ribbon in your chosen shade.
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Marbling is also bang on trend. This cake is as cool as can be.
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Edible glitter is a great choice if you want to add some glamour to your rose gold theme.
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And finally... if you love the idea of metallics but you’re not sure whether to stick with silver or go glamorous with gold, we’re here to help you Find The Right Metallic For Your Special Day.