Wedding Trends: Rose Gold
April 12, 2017
Whether it’s technology, jewelry, dresses, flowers, favors, or make up, rose gold is the biggest color trend right now. Its silky and sultry nature has made it the color to have in every inch of your life. Are you planning a Rose Gold Wedding?
When looking back on the past two years of Pantone colors, 2015 offered us with Marsala and 2016 gave us rose quartz. Both colors are rooted in a warm reddish pink and lend themselves to be paired with rose gold jewelry.
Rose gold is a timeless metal which is a fusion of gold and copper. Its delicate air and luxury appeal has made it rise as a trend for all skin tones and walks of life. This universally flattering metal has made a splash in the wedding scene in particular.
Rose Gold Jewelry
The magic of rose gold is that it can pair beautifully with both yellow gold and silver. It creates a seamless blend between metals while discretely adding a pop of color. For engagement rings, rose gold elevates the brightness of diamonds, white sapphires, and cubic zirconium since the undertone of color boosts the clarity. Even if you want to stick to a traditional yellow gold or silver band, little details set in rose gold can add an elegant and unique look to your ring.
Blush Pink Dresses
Though its not a new trend for brides to pick colored dresses, it’s become a new trend for brides to select blush or rose gold colored dresses. If you’re looking to be different with a romantic feel, a blush colored dress is the way to go. While still being quite demure and feminine, you can still achieve that wedding feel without opting for the traditional white gown.
Blush colored gowns also go well with outdoor and specifically barn themed weddings. The airy, ethereal feel of the blush gown pairs well with the rustic and country feel of the outdoors.
Natural Looking Make Up
Bridal make up can always be a challenge, but why not make it easy and do a natural look with rose gold undertones? Keep a warm eye by applying a rose gold shade to the lids and a touch of a darker raspberry to your outer crease. Use a two-in-one highlighter and blush combo in a copper or rose gold shade to get that fresh, glowing look. Finally, use a nude lipstick with a hint of blush to complete the look.
How to add Rose Gold to your Decorations and Venue
Instead of traditional silverware, opt for beautiful rose gold tablescapes. This will be a very different and eye catching touch for your wedding guests. Along with this, you could add copper Moscow mule mugs as your drink ware – also great for a barn themed wedding.
As a finishing touch, check out local chain stores for copper tea light holders and edison lighting. It will add such a newfound warmth to your decor while being incredibly trendy.
Your Blush Wedding will be perfectly complimented by the scenery here at Indian Ridge. Contact us today to start planning!