We all tend to think that pink shades are oh-so-girlie. But imagine a gorgeous explosion of glitzy and glamorous rose gold! Rose gold is contemporary, sophisticated and works well with other colors. It’s still kind of girlie but in an all-grown-up way and very chic. It is dramatic in a way that is more subtle than silver or gold. Take a look at the rose gold wedding decor ideas in our gallery below and get inspired!
Rose Gold Dresses
Rose Gold Wedding Cakes
The best way to incorporate rose gold into your wedding decor is through the flowers, cake, and registry ideas. To achieve this, choose a tall vase that houses rose gold flowers that provide a refreshing color while balancing out the white, pale blues, and ivory tones. A white cake with a deep cherry rose is perfect for capturing the essence and balance of rose gold. For the registry, pair the red alarm clock with a rose gold combination of vases, candlesticks, and cookie baskets.
Rose Gold Wedding Centerpieces
If you love rose gold wedding colors, then you will love this easy, affordable, and stylish DIY project. Take a look at the photos below and see how beautiful your table can look with little effort!
Rose Gold Wedding Recetion Decor
One in four weddings are now color-themed, so that may what will set your rose gold wedding apart from the rest. Opting for a unique and vibrant color scheme can convey a certain spirit and flair that will have your guests clamoring to get the scoop on your color scheme before the wedding.
Rose Gold Wedding Backdrop
Consider using rose gold as your guest color because it has a similar tone to rose quartz, a favorite gemstone of brides everywhere. The color “quietly” transitions into radiant wedding décor and separates the space visually. Enjoy stepping out of your traditional wedding palette and lean in to softer, more romantic tones. This color scheme could pair with pale shades of peach and light blues, or even more towards the classic ivory and black.