It’s safe to say we are obsessed with metallics in the SWD office. Bronze, copper, gold and silver, we love it all and we’re pleased to see the trend for using metallics in your wedding decor is here to stay for 2016.
If you don’t want to go as bold as gold or silver then why not opt for rose gold, a gorgeous blush-hued metallic that looks beautiful with soft pastels.
Go For (Rose) Gold…
Pink champagne served in flutes dusted with edible glitter look super decadent at a drinks reception!
Swag sequinned material over chairs and secure with jewelled ties. Your guests will love this.
Use accents of the colour everywhere: these glitzy feathers and ribbon would look great on table names or even on your invitations. The little touches pull everything together.
Your girls will feel a million dollars in a gorgeous bridesmaid gown. If you’re having more than one ‘maid, why not alternate material with sequins for a boho luxe look? We love!
Dot gorgeous trinkets filled with blooms around your venue. And here’s a great gift idea: give the trinkets away to your wedding party or close family after the reception. They’ll have a memento of your big day to keep in their home!
Go big or go home, that’s (kind of) our motto (sometimes)! This table would look so amazing at a smaller scale wedding and those flowers – to die for! The candle holder idea – bottles and jars sprayed with a matte rose gold paint – could be carried over to a wedding of any size.
Wear your wedding colours on your feet with this gorgeous heel. If you’d rather keep it neutral, then why not go for an ivory shoe and invest in a rose gold metallic shoe clip? Freya Rose have some gorgeous ones HERE.
*Swoons* These flowers will set off your theme beautifully. Ask your florist about interspersing some metallic foliage into your bouquet and centrepieces for effect.