This week our wedding decorations of the week are our elegant gold and pressed glass candlesticks. These beautiful candlesticks can be teamed up with golds and other metallic shades as well as glass and textured glass decorations. The pale antique gold colour mixes beautifully with the clear pressed glass to create a really glamorous candlestick. The candlesticks would look stunning at your wedding and can of course be used in your home after the big day. They look perfect set along top tables, fireplaces, cake tables, in churches and ceremony rooms as well as forming part of your centrepieces.
These candlesticks would also make a lovely gift for the bride and groom, or special gift for bridesmaids or family members.
Pink and gold wedding colour schemes are taking the wedding world by storm this year, and we can definitely see why. This divine colour combination is undeniably pretty and I love the subtle touches of glamour.
Today we’re showing you how to create this beautiful wedding table style! Fleur Couture put together this heavenly wedding table design and we just had to share it with you! This is perfect if you’re planning a glittering gold wedding day with pretty pink accents. Plus, it’s super simple to recreate…
How To Style A Pink And Gold Wedding Table
You can easily recreate this wedding table style at any wedding venue, whether you’ve got long trestle tables or round tables. This versatile pink and gold wedding décor can dress up even the simplest of wedding venues.
Source a pink table runner with a champagne gold edge – if you can’t find one fear not, simply layer a sequin gold table runner with a pale pink runner. You can either buy or hire table runners, the choice is yours! You’ll need table measurements to make sure the runner looks perfect (if you’ve got extended banquet tables, you will obviously need one that is a lot longer).
At the end of each table, tie the table runners together with pretty pink blooms. I love the idea of tying them with some delicate pearl beads for an extra dash of luxury. Tying the table runners together helps them to hang beautifully off the table and creates maximum impact.
Glass plates and cutlery with gold trimming will be the perfect addition to your pink and gold wedding table. Opt for pale pink wedding stationery to use as place settings and menu choices – golden calligraphy writing will look ultra glam! When it comes to napkins and serviettes, there are tons of options. You could keep it simple and fresh with white, or opt for pretty pink shades. A single pink rose or peony will make each place setting look absolutely divine.
Time to talk about the table centrepieces! An assortment of metallic vases and candle holders will look super beautiful as table décor. Copper and antique gold work wonderfully together and will be a gorgeous feature of your tables. Tall candles and little tea lights will create a lovely, warm glow as the evening draws in and it’ll give a romantic ambience to your reception.
Gold vases brimming with pink blooms and lots of foliage act as elegant wedding table centrepieces. Make sure you use the same flowers throughout your tables and your wedding bouquet for a look that is completely coordinated. Gold wedding table numbers in a calligraphy font are the perfect finishing touch to your table. Your guests are guaranteed to be impressed, and it’ll help your wedding reception tie in together beautifully.
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.
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