Rose gold is, and continues to be, the go to trend for the modern wedding, however, tread carefully, it is not be thrown around like the confetti on your big day! Opt for rose gold wedding touches throughout your styling to create both an elegant and timeless feel – less is more, team it together with dusky pink florals and sage greens or add in other metallics for a more industrial feel to make sure you end up with a picture perfect setting that you can look back on and cherish!
Here are our top ten ways/products on incorporating the rose gold trend into your wedding without making it feel over the top and ultimately dated…
Adding rose gold into your accessories may be enough for you! There are lots of beautiful options out there…
Dareth Colburn Bridal – Rose Gold bridal hair comb
Krausz Jewellery – Curved 18ct Gold wedding ring set with brilliant cut Diamonds
Gemma Sangwine – Rose gold tiara with Vintage Diamonds and Sequin rose gold feather hairclips
A full on rose gold wedding lame dress is maybe not the best option for your gown choice, adding elements of a toned down rose gold adds an alternative elegance to a traditional gown.
Marie Chandler Bridal – Bespoke guipure lace 2 piece skirt and off the shoulder top with a rose gold/blush silk lining and belt.
River Elliot Bridal – Esme dress
Delicate lace bodice and soft tulle are balanced perfectly with a rose gold waist trim. The long sleeves are fitted for an elegant style
Image: Erin Reeve Photography
A touch of metallic foiling adds depth to your wedding invitations and gives it a luxurious quality. Carrying this throughout your wedding day styling is a beautiful, scaled back, and simple approach to adding the rose gold trend.
Styling and Table Décor
Table lanterns, tassels and sequin table runners in rose gold… what’s not to love!
Rose gold can easily be added into your florals – even if opting for fresh! Add decorations into your bouquet, or choose a rose gold confetti for an extra special infamous confetti shot!
We saved the best until last… CAKE! Whether your going for tiers of metallic rose gold foiling, a cake topper or simply just on your take away cake boxes, there’s a rose gold trend option to suit everyone’s desired styling!
Looking for more ideas for your big day take a look at our blog post Five Alternative Bridal Cover Ups for Your Wedding Day