Everything Rose GoldMarch 7, 2016 by The Marquardt Ranch
As metallic color palettes continue to trend, one scheme is blooming all over 2016 weddings.
Rose gold, a subtle pink with bold undertones, blends classic elegance with vintage glam, creating a tone that can be subtle or bold. While some couples are using this as their main color, paired with peach, blush, bronze, or gold, others are finding that a little hint can go a long way.
Rose gold flatters every skin tone, so it’s a natural choice for attendants. Consider glamorous dresses that glitter or try soft pinks with accents in jewelry, footwear, or headpieces. Some brides are embracing this trend though manicures, glittering belts, or vintage brooches as part of their bouquets.
For décor, rose gold can work anywhere on almost anything. Set the tone early with the font color on your invitations, and then let this this elegant look glow on your wedding day in everything from shimmering tablecloths and runners to a cake that sparkles. Top tables with votives, succulent pots, or painted mason jars of rose gold. Let lanterns, escort tags, or mugs lend a coppery hue.
Because of its versatility, rose gold will work with outdoor or indoor weddings, in any lighting, and at any time of day. Roses are, after all, the flower of love, and gold is a traditional reminder of unity.
A perfect blend for your own perfect union.