aqua and gold as a wedding theme

If you are searching for a wedding colour scheme that is classic and timeless but still unique then an antique gold and aqua palette could be the perfect choice for your big day. Vibrant aqua will be a bold and bright addition to your day and can then be muted down by mixing it with matte antique gold tones.

aqua and gold wedding inspiration

Images: Top Row Left via MOD Wedding | Top Row Right via Perfect Wedding Guide | Second Row Left – Gold Leaf Side Tiara by Glitzy Secrets | Second Row Right via Weddbook | Third Row Left via Ruffled Blog | Third Row Right via Deer Pearl Flowers | Fourth Row Left via Knotsvilla | Fourth Row Right – Allure of Aqua Earrings by Glitzy Secrets | Bottom Row Left via Etsy | Bottom Row Right via MOD Wedding (as before)

Set the style of your day with gorgeous aqua and gold wedding stationery. If you are having a summer wedding day then lead with the bright aqua shade with pretty gold accents. Or for something more vintage, try a lighter aqua tone and let the gold be your statement colour. Team your stationery with gold envelopes if you really want your stationery to stand out – your guests will love receiving these extra special deliveries in the post!

Who says your wedding dress has to be white? You can still feel beautifully bridal in a colourful wedding dress. An elaborate gold gown will really stand out and could be perfect for a sumptuous autumn or winter wedding. For spring and summer – bold brides might want to consider a fresh aqua shade. If you’re concerned about not feeling as bridal as you would in a white gown then ensure your gown has plenty of volume and statement style.

If a gold or aqua wedding dress is just a little too bold for you then let your footwear do the talking – a flash of turquoise or a glimmer or gold under your wedding dress will be stunning and your wedding photographer will be sure to capture some gorgeous photos of your statement shoes. Instead of going for white or ivory shoes which could feel very bridal, these statement colours will mean you have gorgeous wedding shoes you can wear again and again.

fabulous aqua and gold wedding ideas

Images: Top Row Left via Weddbook (as before) | Top Row Right via Ellie Saab | Second Row Left via Harts and Quills | Second Row Right via Rachel Simpson Shoes | Third Row Left via MOD Wedding (as before) | Third Row Right via Borrowed and Blue | Fourth Row Left – Golden Treasure Hair Comb by Glitzy Secrets | Bottom Row Left via Ruffled Blog (as before) | Bottom Row Right via Wedding Chicks

Use your bridesmaid dresses to really show off your colour scheme – consider one uniform shade or mix different aqua tones for a pretty mismatched look. No matter what hair shade and skin tone your bridesmaids have, you will be able to find a shade to suit their look and style – try all different tones from bright and bold to muted teal shades.

You can also show off accents of your colour scheme with your wedding jewellery – complete your stunning bridal hairstyle with a spectacular gold tiara or headband to really add some statement style. Or have a flash of aqua by accessorising with vibrant drop earrings in your chosen shade.

Vibrant crockery and gold cutlery are huge wedding trends for 2017 and will leave you with some absolutely stunning wedding photographs. Use your wedding tables to really show off your colour scheme and surprise your guests with your bold and elegant theme.

Your wedding cake will be the finishing touch to your wedding breakfast and it’s the perfect chance to have fun with your theme and really show it off. Vibrant aqua icing will make a bold statement and can be teamed with gold foil details to make the most of your colour scheme.

Written by Caroline Hendry

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