Let’s be honest, who doesn’t love the thought of a blush and gold wedding? This is such a glamorous, yet elegant theme that is simply perfect for a girly bride. Use pretty blush shades as the main colour for your wedding, using gorgeous gold accents throughout the décor and styling.
Your wedding invitations will instantly evoke a glamorous feel to your wedding day. Pale blush invitations embellished with gold glitter are a stunning choice. Watercolour pink also looks lovely with embossed gold writing. Make sure you opt for the same stationery design throughout your day, so that the theme ties in together completely.
Want to go all out with your bridal outfit? Why not don a delicate blush wedding gown and accessorise with gorgeous gold jewellery and shoes? This is the perfect choice for a bride who has dreamt of feeling like a princess. If you’d rather wear a traditional white gown, a pretty pink or gold sash tied around your waist will look ultra feminine.
I love the idea of choosing a mixture of different pale blush and glittering gold dress for your bridesmaids. Both colours will look fab together, and your girls will still look super coordinated.
It’s best to focus on blush shades for your wedding flowers, including your bridal bouquet. Soft pink peonies and pale pink roses will look gorgeous mixed in with baby-breath and even white lilies. Add in some greenery and wild foliage for a beautiful, organic feel. Wrap a gold ribbon around the stems of your wedding bouquet for a touch of sparkle – it’ll look gorgeous while giving a subtle nod towards your theme.
Sequin table runners are big news in the world of weddings this year, so take advantage of this fab trend at your wedding day! A variety of blush and gold sequin runners and cloths will look divine on your wedding tables, and will add a hint of colour to your décor. Tall, gilded candlesticks as table centrepieces will look stunning amongst vases brimming with pink peonies. Why not use antique gold frames as your table numbers? It’s often the little details that have the most impact; consider wrapping your cutlery with delicate pink or gold ribbons and add pink napkins to each place setting.
Where to start with your wedding food and drink? I recommend serving some pretty pink cocktails, such as Strawberry Daiquiri or even Rosé Champagne! Pink and gold macarons will not only look and taste yummy, they can double up as elegant wedding favours. Your cake can be the focal point of your reception, and it will look fab standing tall on a gold sequin table runner. I adore the thought of white icing with a subtle, metallic shimmer to it. Pale blush sugar flowers will look fab alongside a golden calligraphy cake topper. Your guests will definitely want a slice of cake!
We are completely in love with this heavenly colour combination!