Post # 1
My venue just got gold chargers that would be of no additional charge. My colors are eggplant purple, fushia pink with accents of green. We have 3 centerpiece types: silver candelabras, tall floral vases, and low floral vases. Would u do the gold charges with the silver candelabras or leave them out? Or spend more money and rent pink napkins?
Post # 3
The bottom picture doesn’t look bad however when the silver and gold do not go together however will the lights at the venue be dimmed if so go for the gold charger plates it makes your table setting look elegant.
Post # 4
That’s a tough one. So, it is either gold chargers or no chargers? If that is the case, I think gold is better than none.
Post # 5
I am incorporating both silver and gold in my wedding with blush pink and white – think shabby chic elegant. It just depends on the mood you are trying to convey. I don’t think the chargers look bad with the candelabra because it is still uniform looking. With dimmed lights it will all just look “metallic” and not too noticable.
Post # 6
I know that this post is old… but I agree with @MissAshleyRenee: ! I think gold and silver are fine together – especially in a dimly lit room.