Great news! Rose Gold weddings are here to stay when it comes to Weddings in 2018. I love seeing how metallics can really lift a room so I thought why not give some simple rose gold wedding tips, without going overboard. I would choose a few of the following rose gold wedding tips and do them well. You don’t want to overdo it.
Tip 1 – How to add Rose Gold to your Tables
You could print a funky table number and add it to a classy rose gold frame. I love the dipped glitter table numbers also like the one pictured above. If there is a carousal on the table, you could scatter some glitter confetti underneath. A sequinned rose gold table cloth can really lift a room but I would do this on either the top table and cake table only, and perhaps have a runner on the other tables or just leave them as is. Rose gold candles are a great idea also, if your venue have candelabra you could pop rose gold candles in them to make it a bit different.
Tip 2 – Can you add Rose Gold to the Bride & Bridesmaids?
There are simple understated things you can do to add a rose gold pop to the dresses. For example, you could add a rose gold belt, a simple headpiece, a pop of colour with your shoes, and of course your handbag! It is all about the accessories, but… if you really want to bling it up, I love the sequinned rose gold Bridesmaid dresses and they look fab on.
And finally, you could also wrap Rose Gold ribbon around the handle of your bouquet.
Tip 3 – Adding Rose Gold to the Wedding Cake or Dessert Table
It doesn’t need to be anything huge, I would recommend a simple cake topper. You can get some really pretty ones on Etsy and if you are framing pics of your parents on their wedding day you could get rose gold frames that match your table numbers. They would look fab if you are going with the rose gold sequinned table cloth on the cake table.
Tip 4 – Add a few Rose Gold Balloons
Ok, perhaps not the normal addition for your wedding day but have a look at the glitter filled balloons you can get! Check out Confetti Balloons. Favour Lane also have some very cute bits and pieces that you could add to your wedding day.
Tip 5 – Adding Rose Gold to your Wedding Invitations, Table Plan and Wedding Menu
There are some stunning designs out there at the moment that incorporate rose gold and floral patterns. They would be perfectly matched with some glitter backed envelopes. And, you could get the same design for your Table Plan, Table Numbers and even your Wedding Menu.
These are just a small few tips to get you thinking. For your colour palette, dove grey and lavender go really well with rose gold. Last year we saw a lot of navy and burgundy mixed with rose gold and without doubt this year we will see the Pantone Colour of the Year, Ultra Violet mixed in there also. For your Wedding flowers, your final colour palette will really guide your florals but greenery is stunning with rose gold, as well as blush and pastels. I can already visualise a rose, greenery and peony bouquet…
Happy Planning and if you need any advice bringing it all together, contact me today to discuss where I could help with your overall Styling, Design or Planning.