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I’m a firm believer that your wedding should be about what YOU and your partner like and not what ‘trends’ dictate. Which is why I would warn against using rose gold in your wedding, that is unless YOU love it. In that case, rose gold is beautiful and pretty and SO deserves to be a part of your wedding. The best way, I find, to use this is with small touches. Have a look at some inspiration below:
Jewellery is the simplest area to go for a little rose gold, and it looks so, so beautiful and elegant. Wedding rings are obviously a big commitment, so unless you are completely in love with this colour it’s better to save the rose gold for wedding day jewellery like earrings. Nails are another area where you can dabble with a little rose, Essie’s Penny Talk is the perfect pink copper tone. Shoes are another area where you can go for this pretty shade.
Rose touches when it comes to décor look so pretty and by no means do you have to have a heavy accent of this. While a sparkly rose table cloth looks gorgeous, it won’t be for everyone. If you love it but don’t want to have it on every table you could just have it on the top table, or the cake table. Candelabras in rose also look beautiful or you could have vases with fresh flowers adorning your venue or as centrepieces. Pinks and nudes go perfectly with rose when it comes to picking flowers. For more dramatic centre pieces you could spray paint branches and surround them with candles or fairy lights – gorgeous for an autumn wedding.
Cakes look wonderful with rose gold touches and paired with white they look elegant. You could keep the cakes classic and white and simply have rose gold touches on the cake table.
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