If you are searching for a colour scheme for your wedding how about dusky pink and gold? Pink and gold has been a poplular choice for a year or so now but this has usually been blush pink mixed with gold, opting for dusky pink gives it a whole new twist.
For a dusky pink and gold wedding there are some gorgeous dusky pink bridesmaid dresses available and dusky pink roses are to die for. Ask your florist about Memory Lane roses, Amnesia roses and for a more nude tone Quicksand roses. Mix dusky pink fabric and flowers with gold tones for an elegant look at your wedding. Bring the gold colour through in your choice of vases, and tea light holders. Here at The Wedding of my Dreams we sell an expanding collection of gold vases, both small bud vases and larger vases for centrepiece. Add in gold candlesticks for some height and interest on the tables.
Keep your stationery simple and opt for gold calligraphy name place cards and matching table numbers, your napkins could be tied with either gold or dusky pink ribbon (or a combination of both).
Gold cake stands will look oh so elegant on your cake or dessert table and I am sure your cake makers can create some wonderful creations in gold and pink colour ways.
We have pulled together a few of our favourite ideas in the inspiration board below, if you are interested in buying gold or pink vases, vessels, candle holders, guest books or place cards why not browse our ‘pink and gold‘ decorations.
Today’s post is all about gold wedding decorations. Gold is becoming wildly popular in the world of weddings, and we’ve seen it appear more and more in the last few seasons. It’s a wonderfully versatile metallic that looks beautiful with a variety of different colours. You can use it as the main colour theme for your big day, or pair with colours such as mint or blush pink for a heavenly colour combination.
You can go down the vintage route, with splashes of antique gold throughout your wedding décor. Alternatively, you can create a theme with a modern edge. Take a look at our gorgeous ideas for gold wedding decorations to see how you can create a wedding with a touch of gold!
If you’re planning an urban or city wedding, why not use gold terrariums full of succulents or cacti? This is a modern and contemporary style that brides are seriously loving at the moment. If you’ve got long trestle tables, you could line tall gilded candle holders along the table. Not only will this look stylish, it’ll create a lovely welcoming glow for your guests.
Golden plates and cutlery is perfect if you want to go all out with your golden theme. Simple white stationery with embossed golden calligraphy will look elegant as place settings, especially against gilt plates. Gold sequin table runners will add a subtle sparkle to your reception tables, without being too over the top.
Vintage, gold frames are a relatively cheap and easy way of decorating your venue. Add a few to your wedding gift table with your favourite photographs, or use them to display your table numbers. They’re perfect gold wedding decorations if you want to add a vintage feel to your big day.
If you’ve got a blank canvas wedding venue that needs some TLC, why not decorate with gold and white ombré balloons? You could even try our gold balloons that spell out ‘LOVE’ or ‘MR & MRS’. Not only will your guests adore them, they’ll make perfect backdrops for your wedding photographs and can work wonderfully as props.
Even your wedding favours can work as gold wedding decorations. Display golden cupcakes or other edible treats on a gold painted tray. It’ll look seriously opulent, and makes those favours feel extra special. While we’re talking about yummy delights, a metallic iced wedding cake is simply made for a gold cake stand! It can be the focal point of your wedding reception, and will help your colour scheme come together beautifully.
Gold works beautifully as the main colour for a wedding theme, but small touches of gold here and there look just as fabulous. If you are adding another colour into the mix, it’s easy to include them together in your venue décor. Use your stationery, wedding cake and table centrepieces as a way to reflect your colour palette. This metallic hue isn’t going anywhere, and is the perfect way to create a luxe feel to your special day.
This week our wedding decorations of the week are our hammered gold metal bowls, these bowls make the loveliest wedding centrepieces. Just perfect for adding a touch of gold to your wedding decor.
The gold metal bowls look beautiful as vases filled with blooms to tie in with your wedding style. Use them as centrepices for your guest tables or as decorations around your venue. Flowers on your guest book signing table or near your table plan can look lovely in these vases too.
Please note the large and small hammered gold bowls are not the exact same shade of gold but complement each other very well.
For centrepices, ask your florist to create a pretty floral arrangement within the bowl and place in the centre of your guest tables, for a larger centrepiece we suggest adding a couple of the smaller bowls for a grouping of 3.
For your top table you could place 6 – 8 of these bowls along the front of the table, with small bowls and gold candlesticks as well.
The smaller bowls can also be used as candle holders, just place a tea light inside them.
This week our wedding decoration of the week is our frosted gold vase. Our dainty frosted gold vases are perfect for weddings. These gold vases could be used in a grouping in the centre of your guest tables, mixed with other vases, candle holders and candlesticks to create a lovely centrepiece. The frosted gold vases are only around 12 – 13cm tall so very easy to have a go at doing your own flowers yourself. For a classic look you can’t go wrong with all white flowers in these gold vases.
Our dainty gold vases come in 2 designs, choose between:
Classic dainty silver vase measures 12cm x 6.5cm
Flared rim dainty silver vase measures 13cm x 8cm
These glass vases are handmade, slight variations may occur.
For a simple, elegant look place 4 to 6 of these gold vases in the centre of your wedding tables and add flowers of your choice, or mix these small, dainty vases with larger gold vases to add a variety of heights to your grouping creating an elegant gold look.
The small gold vases can also be used with our tree slices, bark vases or crates for a rustic glamour style. The small vases look fab set on our hessian table runners or muslin cloths depending on your overall style.
For the best results team up these frosted vases with shiny and frosted gold tea light holders as the vases look stunning when reflected in candle light.
If you are looking to include a hint of gold in your wedding decor this post is for our. Whether you are looking to add a glamorous touch of metallic gold to your wedding tables or you can’t get enough of gold glitter there will be something here for you. Today we look at our 10 best gold wedding decorations.
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