Want, Need, Love: 5 Rose Gold Bridal Must-Haves

Wedding Style & Decor
Rose Gold Wedding Ideas

Photos: (Clockwise from top left) Tacori, Michael Kors, Perrier-Jouët, Aeropastale, and Thimblepress

Rose gold is everywhere in fashion and jewelry right now, and the wedding world is getting a piece of it too. Ever since we fell in love with Blake Lively's engagement ring (an oval diamond set in a rose-gold pavé-diamond band), the blush metallic has become a go-to color for brides-to-be. From wedding-day jewelry and stationery to nail polish, here are five of our favorite bridal finds in the trendy shade.

1. The Engagement Ring
Love Blake's gorgeous wedding bling as much as we do? Get the look for yourself with this Tacori engagement ring, which features a stunning solitaire diamond and an on-trend halo set in a rose gold band. Ring, $3,680 (center stone not included), Tacori

2. The Dream Gift
We love the idea of a man's watch on a woman's wrist, but it often looks too clunky. This women's watch solves that problem — it's big enough to still give off that cool masculine vibe, yet it's not too oversized. And while traditionally the bride gives her groom a watch on his wedding day, we like the idea of asking the groom to return the favor with this stunner. Rose-golden stainless-steel watch, $250, Michael Kors

3. The Bubbly
Searching for the perfect drink to serve at your garden-themed bridal shower? Try this limited-edition spring cuvée. It's chardonnay based, topped off with pinot noir (which gives it that rose-gold shade). Pop one for a champagne toast, and be sure to display the beautiful bottle in an ice bucket. Edition Premiere Rosé 2007, $225, Perrier-Jouët

4. The Pedi Polish
This warm shade goes with just about any shoe color and skin tone. As for your mani, a matchy-matchy look is totally appropriate if your nails are short. Or consider a gold riff, like a pretty layer of the trendy shimmer over a pale white. Nail polish, $3, Aéropostale

5. The Thank-You Card
Gold foil has been the hot trend in wedding invites for a while now. So we were thrilled to see a fresh crop of rose options at the National Stationery Show last week. One of our favorites was this hand-painted, hand-lettered card by Kristen Ley at Mississippi-based Thimblepress. It's foil stamped and embossed in rose-gold foil — so pretty. "Je T'aime" card, $6, Thimblepress

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