What if you love the idea of having gold in your wedding, but you don’t want a big, flashy gold overload?
That’s when you add just touches of gold here and there and in surprising places for sparkle, shine and glam.
Of course, your jewelry. Rose gold is popular for wedding rings and costume jewelry and makes your wedding look a little softer and more vintage.
Don’t forget to bling up your bouquet with gold! Ask your florist to add in gilded leaves and petals among the flowers for a rich look that’s not overpowering.
Guests will love how their place settings sparkle a little when you give them gold glitter wrap favor boxes with special treats inside, like a gourmet chocolate with edible gold leaf or gold-wrapped candies. Add more sparkle to your tables with table number cards edged in gold.
Then think of other ways you can add touches of gold, like with a light gold satin sash around the waist of your gown, by clinking and drinking from gold toasting flutes, and by hitting the dance floor in gold glitter high tops.
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Images: Kristen Weaver