Rose Gold wedding ideas

Rose gold is one of the most popular wedding colour schemes to date and it looks like this modern metallic is set to stay in the spotlight. Today we’re talking all about how you can make a serious style statement on your special day with four Instagram-worthy wedding colour schemes…

Black & Rose Gold

The ultimate killer combination for a luxurious wedding, black and rose gold is the perfect choice for a glittering celebration. It’s edgy, glamorous and utterly modern. If you want to give your wedding an industrial vibe, a black chalkboard with rose gold edging can be used to welcome your guests or direct them around your venue. A matte black wedding cake can be given the wow factor with gilded icing, fresh pink blooms and a rose gold cake stand. Don’t forget to set the scene for your guests with luxe black wedding invitations teamed with rose gold calligraphy. You’ll have an envy-inducing wedding day!

Black and rose gold wedding ideas

Images: First via Green Wedding Shoes by Peyton Rainey Photography | Second via Moncheri Bridal  by De La Créme Creative Studio | Third via Whimsical Wonderland Weddings by Kev Elkins Photography | Fourth via Whimsical Wonderland Weddings (same as before) by Ayelle Photo

Pink & Rose Gold

The prettiest of palettes, blush pink and rose gold is perfect for the modern bride who wants a feminine touch. Two of the most popular wedding colours, the pale pink hues make it perfect for a spring or summer soirée, while the sparkle of rose gold can also work for an autumn or winter affair. Your best girls will look exquisite in pretty pink gowns, while you can complete your bridal look with Glitzy Secrets’ collection of rose gold wedding accessories.

Pink and rose gold wedding ideas

Images: First via Junebug Weddings by Kira Stein Photography | Second via Style Me Pretty by Jamie Rae Photo | Third via Junebug Weddings (same as before) by Karra Leigh Photography | Fourth via Wedding Chicks by We Are Fox Photography

Teal & Rose Gold

Seafoam green or teal both work beautifully against the contrast of rose gold. It’s perfect if you want modern metallics for your nuptials, with a pop of colour! We think this divine duo are made for a stylish, urban wedding venue such as a warehouse or loft setting. Combine rose gold and gilded candlesticks, cutlery and charger plates with a teal runner for your tablescape. If you’re a fashion-forward bride, consider swapping traditional bridal shoes for a pair of velvet teal heels. You’re guaranteed to be the belle of the ball!

Teal and rose gold wedding ideas

Images: First via Elizabeth Anne Designs by Carrie King Photography | Second via Green Wedding Shoes by Alex Mari Photography | Third via Hey Wedding Lady by Ashley Ludaescher | Fourth via South Bound Bride by Stellauys Wedding Photography

White & Rose Gold

Elegant and timeless with a dash of romance, a white and rose gold wedding colour scheme is guaranteed to steal your heart. An all-white wedding with subtle rose gold accents can be seriously effective! For instance, a marquee adorned with rose gold fairy lights will create a magical atmosphere for your guests to wine and dine. A semi-naked wedding cake with white icing and a rose gold cake topper will look mouth-watering and gorgeous. For your wedding décor, use an assortment of white pillar candles, rose gold candlesticks and even a white calligraphy backdrop to transform your setting.

White and rose gold wedding ideas

Images: First via Aisle Society by Alicia Lacey Photography | Second Pearls of Rose Gold Headband by Glitzy Secrets | Third via Rock My Wedding by Mad Rose Films | Fourth via Tyler Speier Events

Rose gold is actually a really versatile metallic and works in harmony with many other colours, so don’t be afraid to experiment and get creative with your wedding colour scheme!

Written by Lottie Dainton


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