Rose Gold Wedding Ideas That Make a Statement
Finding yourself falling head over heels for metallic wedding ideas, but still want to ensure your celebration is completely unique? We think we've found a solution. Rose gold wedding décor has been trending for a while now, and it's the prettiest addition to any wedding color palette. Whether you're talking table décor, wedding cakes, bridesmaids' dresses, or even engagement rings, rose gold is always a good decision.
While the color is every bit as elegant as gold or silver, rose gold adds a unique, unexpected pop of personality to details. And that's not even considering the fact that this pink-hued metallic pairs well with so many different color combinations. You can add it in with black or white for timeless romance, or use it as the perfect contrast to a collection of blue hues. Even better? Dedicate yourself to a metallic-only palette and just admire the way this nontraditional tone shines against a combination of silver, gold, and copper. If you don't want to include rose gold in your overarching color scheme, consider using it sparingly as an accent. You can't go wrong with a few rosy metallic candle sticks (they add a tougher element to a pink-themed tablescape!) or even a pair of rose gold pumps (so chic!).
No matter which exact hue you settle on or how you decide to it, the following gorgeous rose gold wedding ideas will add a little extra oomph to your décor and turn your wedding details into unforgettable, statement-making elements. Click through to discover all the best rose gold wedding inspiration.
Engagement Ring Setting
Work your rose gold engagement ring into your big day décor by option for a few more metallic accents throughout.
Feel free to tone down the rose gold trend (not all versions of the shade are highly reflective!). This burnished invitation suite by Ceci New York featured a muted rosy crest, which later reappeared on the groomsman's pocket squares.
Bridal Suite Balloons
Spell out your big-day status with a bunch of shiny (and decidedly Instagrammable) balloons.
Mismatched Bridesmaids' Dresses
Only one of these bridesmaids is wearing a true rose gold dress but notice how the others' garments refer back to the shade. The 'maid on the left's gown brings the pink undertones, while the right attendant's frock features relevant Champagne-hued accents.
We're not sure which is prettier: This driftwood ceremony's natural architecture or it's shell and rose gold triangle streamers. Both were created by the bride.
Make like Onyx and Redwood and dress up an escort card table with metallic-plated terrariums, filled with succulents and air plants. We also love how the team paired Himalayan salt platforms with cement blocks—the contrasting décor elements seamlessly work together.
A deep rose gold cutlery set really pops against lavender linens—especially when candle sticks and a pink cocktail help enunciate the underlying blush tones. This tablescape was curated by Hilal and Moses.
The best part about rose gold? You can (usually) bring the metallic to life with a little bit of spray paint. Luxe and Luna did just that with these warm-toned bulb place cards, which were calligraphed with each guest's name.
Mini banner table numbers look that much more refined with a rose gold metal base. Blogger Jessye Aibel of City Tonic created these sweet details, which defined her reception tables.
Here's another way to spray paint your way to rose gold. Ask your florist (Les Amis was responsible for this clutch!) to coat a few dried blooms with the shade, so your bouquet has an unexpected metallic element.
Rose gold and jet black bring high-drama to a tablescape, as evidenced by this set-up by Simply by Tamara Nicole. How incredible are the inky goblets and reflective chargers?
Not every rose gold detail is actually a metallic—the trend is also frequently expressed through its warm tone. Brut rosé, the ultimate wedding toast sip, conveys this idea perfectly.
Send guests home with a tasty metallic treat that also doubles as a place card.
Metallic Ceremony Structure
Rose gold sateen table runners introduce a lustrous, regal element to your party.
Donning rose gold strappy sandals on your wedding day has to be one of the subtlest ways to include the metallic hue—especially if you're wearing a floor-length gown.
Maid of Honor Dress
Help your most important attendant stand out in a dress that's just slightly different than the rest. Here, the maid of honor donned a rose gold gown while the other 'maids worked pops of the romantic metallic into their looks.
These chic wedding invitations are simultaneously timeless and one of a kind. The sleek san serif font and rose gold printing make for a combination that's definitely swoon-worthy.
This rose gold engagement ring and wedding band combination is absolutely stealing our hearts. Romantic brides, take note of the sheen of the gold and those blush undertones.
Not only are these rose gold cowbell escort cards by Anne Robin a unique spin on creative seating assignments, they also double as wedding favors and make a fun display at the beginning of the reception.
Metallic accents don't always have to be subtle. Make a sparkling statement by adding rose gold sequin tablecloths to cocktail hour and watch your party shine.
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