How to Design a Rose Gold Wedding

Rose gold is one of the most popular colors in the world right now. From engagement rings to iPhones, everyone's obsessing over this stunning shade! Besides your rose gold wedding ring, where else can you add rose gold to your wedding? Here are a few ways couples can incorporate the pretty metallic shade into their wedding-day vision:


Metallic vases for flowers are all over Pinterest right now. Consider placing your bridesmaids' bouquets in rose gold vases to give your head table an extra pop. There are even mason jars available in the popular shade.


Although rose gold wedding dresses aren't really a thing (yet), you can still deck your bridal party out in the popular shade. Gift your girls a rose gold necklace, bracelet, or earrings the night before to wear on the big day. One of the best things about rose gold is that pretty much everyone looks amazing wearing it.


Rose gold garlands or streamers behind the head table can make for a beautiful backdrop. Think they look too birthday party-ish? Consider sparkly rose gold linens instead, either on the head table or guests' tables.

Paper Products

You can also use rose gold foil on your paper products. Consider incorporating the color into your save-the-dates, programs, escort cards, or menus for a cohesive sense of style. Rose gold wedding invitations look beautiful and have a bit of a modern feel.

Guestbook Table

On your guestbook table, have a spray-painted monogram for your wedding. Having rose gold letters would really make the table stand out and look gorgeous in photos.


Those close-up shots of you holding your bouquet will look extra pretty with a unique manicure with rose gold nails. Have the rest of your maids match or go with a simple French mani. If it's a bit daring for you, get a rose gold pedicure that barely peeks out from your shoes.


What about rose gold shoes? If you want something a little different from the classic white, having metallic heels would be edgy and envy-inducing.


Wear your hair in a low bun with a rose gold accessory to stay simple yet stunning. There are tons of beautiful headbands and ribbons that incorporate rose gold without looking too over-the-top.

Even if you're not rocking the shade on your ring finger, it's easy to incorporate such a fashionable color into your wedding day. Pick a few of your faves, put a unique spin on them, and you'll make your wedding both beautiful and unique.