Rose gold wedding colors
When it comes to unique and stunning wedding palettes, it’s hard to do better than the winning combination of navy blue paired with blush, and accented with glints of metallic rose gold. Rose gold has been a long standing favorite wedding color for brides, and all signs point to the color being here to stay. Deep hues of navy blue are perfect for weddings of all seasons, and are particularly striking in a spring wedding palette, where the dark color contrasts beautifully against fresh peachy flowers and verdant greenery. We’ve put together this list of must have wedding decor elements to consider when planning your wedding in elegant shades of navy, peach and rose gold.
Garden roses are a popular choice for weddings with blush or peach in the palette, but there are many varieties of flowers for weddings that make a stunning statement in the peach, pale pink and blush family. DIY your own bouquet with fresh flowers and this Bouquet Holder. It comes with all the instructions you need to create a gorgegous arrangement for your big day.
Copper colored mercury glass candle holders create ambience and add a hint of color to the wedding table decorations. Just add battery operated LED Votive Candles for a romantic glow.
A Navy Satin Table Runner edged in ivory satin cord has an expensive, luxurious look and is perfect for an evening affair. It has just the right amount of shimmer, and the color is rich and supple.
With so many spring and summer weddings taking place outdoors, couples have begun seeking out options for tableware that are disposable, while keeping an upscale look. These white dishes with rose gold band are a perfect solution when working with a palette that incorporates rose gold or any shades of pink or peach. These dishes have a high quality look, and because they’re made of sturdy plastic, they’re as strong as any china plates used at weddings, without the added cleaning and expense.
When working with color in a wedding, it’s a great idea to incorporate color in small ways throughout the space, to avoid overpowering the look with too much of a good thing. That’s why we love these classic champagne glasses! Fill with a sparkling pink champagne or rose wine for a well coordinated look to match your rose gold wedding decorations.
Modern brides with a budget in mind will adore this dazzling flatware in shining rose gold. It has a mirror finish, and looks as good as the real thing, at a fraction of the cost. This rose gold flatware is sturdy and durable, and looks incredible in table settings, or wrapped in a fabric napkin.
Paper lanterns are elevated into elegance in shades of blush and navy blue. Their extra large size is a great way to add drama and intrigue to the look of wedding decorations, while keeping to a savvy budget. (Use the money you save to help pay for your honeymoon!)
Ordinarily, balloons are reserved for casual parties, but this mylar foil Love Balloon is a show stopper in metallic rose gold, and would look incredible suspended over a dessert table, or used as a sweetheart table decoration. The metallic shade is elegant and the shape of the letters that spell out the word love is whimsical and charming. This balloon is a perfect photo prop, too!
There are so many varieties of favors and edible offerings that you can select to enhance the color scheme in a wedding that is based on the colors of navy blue and blush. Avoid matching up every shade in perfect coordiination, blending in subtle varieties of colors that are close, like these pink metallic foil wrapped caramel chocolates, is a designer secret to created a robust, layered look. The pink shade of the metallic foil is close to rose gold without being too matchy-matchy, and so adds depth to the overall look.
Many favor boxes and bags are also available in this fetching color combination. We love these Rose Gold Favor Bags, Navy Blue Triangle Boxes and Navy Blue Sphere Boxes.