Rose gold has a lot of going for it: It’s romantic, chic, and stylish—the perfect combination for some dreamy nuptials. Rose gold weddings took off when rose quartz became Pantone’s color of the year in 2016, and they’ve held a timeless appeal ever since.
This delicate hue has an understated elegance that’s surprisingly versatile; it’s easy for a rose gold wedding to have a feminine feel, but the palette can be subtly incorporated to accommodate different styles. Aisle markers of mauve-colored pampas grass might lend a rose gold indie edge, whereas an antique rose gold bar cart creates vintage vibes. But rose gold is more than a color. Whether it appears in foil lettering on an invitation suite or as a gleaming plate charger, rose gold’s often metallic qualities add texture.
And you can even bring rose gold into your wedding day look! Ditch the traditional white for a blush-toned gown, don a pair of satin pink pumps, or let a pair of rose gold studs glitter at your ears. Top it off with a bouquet fashioned out of varying pink and red blooms for a rose gold aura.
These gorgeous rose gold wedding ideas promise to elevate your wedding.
Use Rose Gold Foil
Wedding invitations always set the tone for the big. For a rose gold wedding, lend hand-torn paper some elegance with a watercolor wash, rose gold wax seal, and matching rose gold foiled calligraphy to give your guests an artful impression.
This invitation suite takes on the classic and traditional. Rose gold engravings take shape in a chic frame and garden-inspired monogram, bringing a pop of metallic to a white and soft gray palette.
Wear Rose Gold Jewelry
What better way to incorporate rose gold into your wedding than with your engagement ring? It can serve as the perfect source of inspiration for your color palette. Consider this black diamond and rose gold ring, which could evoke both a moody or formal theme.
Wear a Blush Dress
Subtly elevate your rose gold color palette by incorporating it into your wedding day look. A beaded blush Watters gown with flowing tulle and intricate sheer bodice creates modern-day princess vibes. This bride completed the look with a half-up do and dramatic veil.
Dress Your ‘Maids in Pink
But if you want to wear classic white on the big day, put your bridesmaids in rose gold dresses instead! The light pink is soft and understated, and will create an illusion of a rosy gold glow as your girls stand by your side.
Opt for Shades of Rose
To give your bridal party’s color palette some texture, dress your bridesmaids in long shades of nudes and blush. The mismatched look maintains cohesiveness while highlighting each bridesmaid’s sense of style.
A blush-colored Inbal Dror gown with a sweetheart neckline, close-to-the-body silhouette, and bedazzled accents is glam and chic. Pair it with a bouquet of rose gold king protea and dusty hued roses to complete the look.
Add a Rose Gold Brooch
Add an antique touch with an heirloom brooch—it makes for the perfect something borrowed. This bride wore her great-grandmother’s monogrammed mother-of-pearl and rose gold pin on the cuff of her wedding dress.
Pick Pastel Pinks
Forage some blooms in the morning for a fresh-looking bouquet. We love this combination of Koko loko garden roses, pale pink lisianthus, pink grasses, and white thistles for a pastel palette with a rose gold tone.
Go for a Mod Vibe
Rose gold circles decorated with lilies, ferns, and gold-painted palm leaves are magically whimsical. Suspend several of them from the trees for a sophisticated-meets-bohemian ceremony backdrop.
Suspend Fairy Lights
Bestill our heart! Twinkling lights dripping from a sprawling tree cast an ethereal rose gold glow, making this romantic garden ceremony is the stuff of our fairytale dreams.
Use Rose Gold Chairs
Plush white and rose gold chairs sit elegantly in this enchanted garden setting. Frame white delphiniums and blush roses around them with glowing candles in matching gold lanterns.
Offer Drinks on a Vintage Bar Cart
A tarnished rose gold gives the metal an antique edge. What better way to display that than with a vintage bar cart? This groom specifically curated the bar cart with his favorite whiskey collections.
Serve Rose Gold Barware
For barware, it’s all about the hues. Stock shelves full with copper mugs and blush tinted glasses for a rose gold palette.
Drape Blush Linens
Satin blush tablecloths that drape luxuriously into natural pleats make a chic statement for cocktail tables. Pair them with birch chairs for a rustic touch. Set under bistro lighting and to the backdrop of bare trees glittering with rose gold fairy lights, this look is all outdoor decadence.
Add a Wax Seal
The right touch can completely transform the look of your decor. In the case of these escort cards, a wrap of twine and a rose gold wax seal create an old world feel. Display them on a boxwood hedge accented by lanterns and a swath of roses and dahlias.
Display Tented Escort Cards
Tented escort cards with gold wax seals boast a custom wreath design. Flaunt them on a silk-covered entrance table among votives and underneath a majestic centerpiece of white and pink blooms for a classic look.
Place Escort Cards on a Bar Cart
We love it when couples get inventive and repurpose a decor piece for something other than its intended use, like this vintage bar cart that serves as an escort card display! Tuck seating assignments between bud vases holding peach roses and vibrant greenery.
Create a Lush Entrance
Give your reception tent a lush floral entryway with a frame of pampas grass, roses, and eucalyptus. Combined with mauve and ivory linens and oversized lanterns, the look is utterly decadent.
Drape tables in mauve velvet linens topped with gold chargers, gold flatware, and brass candlesticks for a sumptuous effect. Lush centerpieces of pink and white garden roses, dahlias, koko loko roses, ranunculus, hydrangeas, and eucalyptus create romance while pheasant feathers and antler figurines add a subtle mountain touch.
Rent Rose Gold Chargers
Hammered copper chargers with a rose gold sheen mix with gold-rimmed crystal glasses and matching hammered flatware. Set on top of linens and a wooden table, and complemented with marble hexagon escort cards, the mixed metals combine for a tablescape rich in texture.
Take on Ombré
This four-tiered confection is wrapped in white fondant and brushed with gold for a stark ombré effect. Display it on a rustic wooden swing adorned with peach and pink roses that mimic the cake’s floral accents for a garden vibe.
Add a Drip
A metallic rose gold drip design in cream icing takes this modern wedding cake for a sophisticated spin. Top it off with a few blush and crimson florals.
Offer Cotton Candy
We love a classic wedding cake, but cotton candy makes for a delightful surprise. Offer guests playful, delicious sweets towards the night’s end with flavors inspired by your wedding palette. In the event of a rose gold wedding, strawberry chili-flavored cotton candy will do!
Use Metallic Monograms
Emblazon your dance floor with your wedding logo in a metallic rose gold. This couple chose the first initial of their names inside a giant heart.
Create a Champagne Tower
A hand-crafted champagne tower of rose gold goblets makes for a classic, elegant statement and a fun party trick! This couple imported their glassware from France for full authenticity.
Wrap Favors in Rose Gold
Send off miniature candle favors in acrylic packaging wrapped in rose gold ribbon and a matching wax seal. It’s the perfect finish for a perfect rose gold wedding, but don’t forget to make sure your favors first fit into your wedding budget and style.
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