We already know the Pantone Colour of the Year was a combination of serenity and rose quartz, and now as we head to the colder months of the year, we’re seeking warmth in rich, vibrant tones. That means less cool blue shades and more tones of warm, rose gold.
Rose quartz and rose gold details are popping up everywhere and they will look particularly stunning for an autumn wedding. You can incorporate actual rose gold details, such as centrepieces and jewelley, or you can get creative and mix pink, blush and rose shades with a sprinkle of gold to give it that sparkled effect.
These rose-coloured cockails in gold-rimmed glasses are the perfect reception drink for your rose-gold affair, particularly if you're opting for a vintage theme. We're also in love with these cute pastel pink cake pops sprinkled in gold glitter.
Gold leaf and metallic cakes are already a popular wedding trend this year, so why not take it to the next level and order a rose gold cake? We love this white one that's swept with rose gold leaf paint.
Matte rose metallics look particularly elegant if you don't want to go down the full sparkle route, and these table numbers are the perfect accent of gold.
You could also opt for DIY centrepieces in the form of these painted vases.
Of course, no rose gold wedding would be complete without the bride daring to wear a splash of colour. A blush or rose coloured dress would be the perfect finishing touch for rosy wedding.
If you're not brave enough to stray from the traditional white gown, how about just a beautiful pair of rose gold shoes like these ones?
- Jenny Darmody
Image credits: Place cards table: Darla Marie Designs | Cocktails: Jillian Harris | Cake pops: Wedd Book | Cake: Debbie Lourens | Table numbers: Emma Allen Photography & Design | Bride: Jose Villa | Shoes: Elisa Bricker