Updated: Aug 19, 2018
Whether you’ve already decided on Rose Gold and Burgundy, or still contemplating the colour palette for your wedding, today’s blog is for you.
Rose Gold is very on trend and, adding a rich colour like burgundy, makes it a popular colour choice for your wedding.
Isn’t this colour combo just for autumn and winter weddings?
Not at all.
The Rose Gold and Burgundy combination can be used all year round … it’s how you use the colours together, and in what quantities, that will make the difference.
There are some great colour palettes that go with this luxe combo, but more on that later …
This elegant set by Mara from Blush and Gold Stationery Boutique is just perfect for a spring/summer wedding. Pop on over to her website for some more stunning designs.
Image credit: Blush and Gold Stationery Boutique
I love the elegance and sophistication of bridal hair styles, made all that more special with an understated, but charming, hair accessory, like this one from Rachel at Rachel Sokhal Bridal Accessories.
Image credit: Rachel Sokhal Bridal Accessories.
A Romantic bouquet in blush and burgundy tones is so sophisticatedly dreamy ...
Cake love ... This gorgeous cake by Claire of Mama Cakes just oozes elegance …
Image credit: Mama Cakes
Bridesmaids and Flower Girls
The range available for your bridesmaids and flower girls come in various colour ways ... keep it light in blush or white or go full out with the drama and opt for rose gold and burgundy.
Let’s not forget the Boys
The boys don't have to feel left out if they're trending in these suave outfits.
So many pretty ideas ...
Image credits from top left:
1. How about scattering luxury satin flower petals on your reception tables, your cake table or even down the church aisle from Shab Vintique Flowers, 2. Gorgeous Rose Gold Birdcage Girlyard, 3. Ashley Cook Photography, 4. Victor Sizemore Photography, 5. Ivonne Carlton Photography , 6. Lawson Photography, 7. the editors touch, 8. Anna Pumer Photography, 9. Beach Blues Baby, 10. Girlyard, 11. Confetti Paper Party, 12. Mood lighting is always a good idea! EVEeventsUK
Expand your colour palette …
You don’t have to restrict yourself to just these two colours in your palette.
Burgundy has a very opulent grace about it whilst Rose Gold adds a touch of sparkle and luxury. Replace the rose gold with traditional gold and the theme becomes very dramatic.
If you’re not too much into ‘bling’, swap out all or some of the Rose Gold for soft blush or peachy tones, for a timeless classic look. I would suggest that more Rose Gold with Blush and just hints of Burgundy for spring and summer weddings – and for autumn and winter, add as much burgundy as you like, to really warm up crisp winter days. Or, how about including grey and/or navy in the mix.
Rarely will you be sticking to just two colours for your wedding. Have a look at the shades below and choose 4-6 colours that suit your theme and preferences. You can then start planning where and how you will use them.
Pop on over to my Pinterest board for loads more inspiration for your special day.
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Wishing you lots of happy wedding planning.
Til next time