Rose Gold is a Glowing Trend

While gold is the essence of glamour and romance, it’s romantic cousin – rose gold – is growing ever more popular for on-trend weddings, especially those with a vintage feel. But how do you incorporate rose gold into your wedding?

One of the most popular ways for couples to include rose gold is through their invitations. Rose gold foil is a new option to let the glow of this delicate trend shine through the font, motif or border of your invitation. Take a look at Vintage Impression, an elegant letterpress design with vintage swirls in rose gold foil surrounding the names of the bride and groom.

This Day Forward Invitation includes rose gold foil on luxe materials such as pink moire, sable velvet and natural linen with multiple trim options to express your unique style.

Another striking way to utilize the gleam of rose gold is with your envelope liners. Give your invitations a glow with the glam of rose gold foil-effect lined envelopes or the romance of rose gold hearts inside your envelopes.

Once your invitations have gone out, be sure to bring the trend throughout your event by mixing in shades of rose and gold through the rest of your wedding. Use old-fashioned roses and other vintage flowers in muted tones of pink, cream and yellow. For tableware, look for crystal with rose gold edging and linens with rose gold, blush and cream accents. Remember, small details count. Rose gold foil can also be used to personalize cocktail napkins for your reception. Even wedding cakes can be adorned with rose gold!

And don’t forget about other accessories – including your rings and wedding day jewelry! The warm, coppery metallic is making a comeback in jewelry and other wearable accessories and provides a stunning backdrop for all kinds of precious stones.

Whether you choose rose gold wedding bands or invitations with rose gold foil, this warm and romantic color will make your special day glow!

About the Author… Joy Wieder owner of Joyously Yours Custom Invitations is passionate about helping couples express their love through beautiful and unique invitations and other special stationary elements. To see more of her work, visit her web site at www.joyouslyyours.com

Photos by James Abrams owner of Shooting Star Photography. James has been working with couples for over 21 years. He will travel anywhere in New England and photographs internationally. If you would like to see more of his work, visit his web site www.jamesabrams.com