Are you loving the new rose gold trend and looking style a wedding, event or home table? In today’s blog post, I'm sharing my top five rose gold wedding styling tips.
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Tip number one
Choose colors that are complementary to rose gold
My favorite is the beautiful blush pink color, it's a perfect when paired to rose gold as it is timeless and elegant. Traditional white and ivory are also beautiful when paired with rose gold. If you want to add a little bit of extra depth and dimension or drama to the table, adding burgundy and wine colors would be a great addition as well. When you can't find an element in rose gold, I definitely recommend going with traditional gold as it pairs beautifully too. Gold cutlery, champagne flute, and gold Chiavari chairs works very well with rose gold.
Rose gold is a metal, so include some metallic rose gold elements. My favorite are the stunning rose gold napkin rings from totallydazzled.com. They are absolutely sparkling and glamorous. It's the perfect finishing touch to a rose gold wedding. Some other rose gold embellishments that you can find at totallydazzled.com are broochesand napkin rings, they're gorgeous and make a beautiful addition to the table.
Tip number three
Include rose gold as part of the food and drinks
Fill your champagne glasses with a sparkling rose. Not only is it delicious and a great way to kick off your wedding ceremony, but it's a beautiful addition to the wedding table decor.
Tip number four
Rose gold sequin
It's fairly easy to find today. I've used a gorgeous rose gold sequin table runner, a full rose gold sequin tablecloth would be great. You can also put your bridesmaids in a rose gold sequin dress.
Tip number 5
Incorporate rose gold throughout the wedding
Incorporate rose gold not only in the table and reception decor but throughout the wedding. Totallydazzled.com has beautiful little rhinestone buckles that would be a perfect addition to a wedding invitation. We also have brooches which would make an absolutely gorgeous pins to a bridal sash or on the hip of a bridesmaid's dress.
What tip did you find the most helpful? If you have a tip you'd like to share with me, we would love to hear from you in the comments below.