Post # 1
I’m considering using rose gold with my cream, blush and raspberry color scheme. Have any of you used rose gold in your wedding? I’m trying to think of how I could incoporate it into my evening wedding. Do any of you have any links or pictures for some inspiration? Have you used any rose gold spray paint? I might need to spray paint the plate chargers.
How could I incorporate silver into the wedding as well?
Post # 3
Hey eleven10twelve! I am planning to incorporate rose gold into my wedding too. I read another bee was planning to spray paint some of her metals and I think its a great idea. I like how your considering to use silver and rose gold together. One way I would suggest pulling it off is when/ if your spray painting silver metals, not to spray paint it fully rose gold. Kind of like one coat only or sporatically so it looks antique and the silver is showing through.
If you are planning to mix your bridesmaids dresses, which would be totally hott with this color palette, I have attached one of my inspiration pics. Notice how the cream, gold, rose gold, silver, and the neutral are all flowing so perfectly! I love it! I would say stick to a more pewter rather than silver because it has some reflections of gold in it.
Also here are two pics of my inspiration table setting!
Hope this helps!
Post # 4
Rose gold sounds beautiful with the colors you have. I would stay away from silver, though. It could be too metallic and harsh.
Post # 5
wow! what a great idea.. gorgeous!!
Post # 6
Thank you so much for the pictures! I tried to google rose gold spray paint and the only one that came up was a copper color. I’m feeling so lost. I have so many things to spray paint!
Post # 7
You could do rosegold shoes and anything that is silverwear, or metallic be rose gold too (candle sticks/candelabras, cutlery, etc).
Oh and even nail polish! I am currently wearing Nicole by OPI polish in It Starts with Me and it’s the perfect rose gold.
Post # 8
eleven10twelve: The bee I was telling you about used the copper color! She noted it was close to the rose gold. But I can understand your frustration. Maybe keep rose gold accents like napkins (satin rose color if rose gold isn’t available) and a bridesmaid dress. Like Deevine1217 mentioned, accents and jewelry will definitely help.
Notice the flower pot and table number are silver. Don’t be discouraged. Just make sure to mention the color in one bold statement and the accent pieces will run along smoothly. I personally plan to do a rose color backdrop with gold curtains and then blush and white flowers with gold accents throughout the flower arrangements for my stage. My bridesmaids will be wearing the colors as seen above.
Here is my color pallette. I am making sure to have one bridesmaid in the pewter grey (which is very neutral) so that my silver table numbers and silverwear still have a place. I will also look into making like an oyster backdrop to my cake table and just plain ivory table covers so it doesn’t get too messy. It is definitely do-able. You just have to be inspired!
P.S. forgot to mention my cake will be tiffany blue with gold accents, pink flowers around, and oyster backdrop. What? I like it 🙂
Post # 9
Where did you find that inspiration board? I love everything about it, but I’d like to know where the ring is from. I’m obsessed with rose gold right now 🙂
Post # 10
@eleven10twelve: im doing rose gold as well!
Post # 11
I love rose gold for a wedding! One of my favorite sites, lover.ly, has a search feature with a color filter that I’ve linked you. It has tons of pictures for inspiration using this color!
Can you show us some of the stuff you’ve already got for your wedding so we can add along!?