Oh yes! It’s definitely time to talk rose gold accents. I don’t know about you, but I am ALL about the metallics — maybe that’s because I work with them every day… or maybe I work with them because I just love them so much? Anyway, since I love them and I KNOW you must love them too, I’m bringing you 15 ways to add rose gold accents to your wedding. So without further ado… let’s get going!
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Your look with a pop of shiny
The first things we want to look at is how to add rose gold accents to YOUR look. Let’s talk hair accessories & jewellery — these are my fave things right now:
Dareth Colburn Designs
The absolute most elegant hair vine I’ve seen. So gorgeous for both up-dos and wearing your hair down. Love love love!
The Faint Hearted Jewelry
Looking for a delicate touch? This fine hand chain would be perfect! I seriously love the little tiny beads that add a touch of bling to this gorgeous piece. YES.
Be My Cinderella
I only recently found out that garters don’t have to be lacy and doily-esque. THANK GOODNESS. This lovely little thing is so beautiful and delicate and those leaves are so lovely! (Oh, and yes, it’s elasticized at the back so it won’t strangle your thigh!)
Dareth Colburn Designs
Not feeling a hair vine, but want something gorgeous for your ‘do? Switch it up for a comb instead. Classic but still stunning!
Adding rose gold to his look
Next up — let’s add some rose gold to HIS look. Tie bars, cufflinks & rings, oh my!
Hammered Heart Designs
I LOVE a simple tie bar. This one is simple and just adds a slight touch of metallic to the look. You can leave them as-is or have them engraved — and they make a great groomsman gift as well. That’s a win-win in my book!
One Memory Lane
The moment I saw these babies I was IN LOVE. I mean, honestly. A simple round cufflink that you can have engraved with YOUR OWN HANDWRITING! I love this so much I can’t even tell you. What a perfect way to really personalize this small detail.
My husband and I have tungsten rings, so I’ll admit I’m partial to this material. But I just LOVE the way this particular ring brings in a touch of rose gold while still maintaining the black/gunmetal gorgeousness.
Your venue with a touch of metallics
And of course, bringing in rose gold accents for your wedding will involve your venue decor as well! Here are my faves:
Best Wedding Day
These acrylic table numbers are fashionable and fun — and ROSE GOLD so you know I have to rave about them! Love.
Custom Party Store
For your ceremony, head table or photo wall, this custom backdrop will be a gorgeous added touch. Love the black background and of course you can finish off the look with sparkly metallic draping like in the photo to make it even more special!
Okay sure, not everyone’s wedding will have balloons. But if you were going to have balloons on your photo wall and you were going to write a cute message, THIS would be the way to do it.
Miss to Mrs Weddings
Just like with the table numbers, acrylic signage is a perfect way to add those little accents.
These favour boxes are just too cute and perfect for keeping your favours a surprise! I love the way they look on these white plates.
Paper products with rose gold foil
And last but not at all least, we have your gorgeous paper products with rose gold foil. These are my products, so clearly I love them, but I’ve picked out some of the most popular ones:
Vow books are such a nice way to bring rose gold to your ceremony, and of course will be a beautiful keepsake for decades. Available in a bunch of fonts and designs — plus the rose gold foil is SO GOOD.
Another lovely keepsake for your family are these beautiful cards. I love the minimalism of the front, plus inside is blank and just waiting for you to write a personal and lovely message to your dad. Also available for literally everyone else in your family as well, but this father one is my fave.
A perfect card to say thank you to your bridal party (or anyone else who’s helped you out for your day). The rose gold foil on these cards really makes them feel truly special.
And those are my absolute FAVES for adding rose gold accents to your wedding! Whether it’s just one or all of these pieces, you’ll be SO HAPPY you went with the timeless but classy rose gold as your metallic of choice. Plus, these little pieces are great for tying your look and your event together seamlessly.
If you found this guide useful, I’d love it if you’d pin it to Pinterest and tag me on Instagram (@copperandblushpaper). I get so excited seeing how you design your wedding. And if you need help with your planning, check out my free wedding planning resource library. Happy shopping and planning!