How to Use Rose Gold in Your Wedding Design
If you're contemplating rose gold as your main wedding color, you aren't alone... We've seen lots of ideas on how to incorporate rose gold into your wedding and this photo shoot delivers plenty especially when it comes to the bride's look. Check out the delicate blush silk top and full white skirt that the bride paired with various rose gold bracelets and statement rose gold heels. For the groom, we do offer a rose gold tie in both a long tie and a bow tie but for this shoot, the team at Tangerine Event Planning + Design went for a more neutral look with the groom wearing a grey suit and light tan bow tie. If you keep the overall color scheme light and neutral, the rose gold will have it's moment enough that the groom doesn't have to wear pink if it isn't his vibe! Check out the rose gold place settings, and accents on the wedding cake and desert table. We love the 1912 as a modern, white backdrop to this minimalist romantic wedding design.
Florals: Seven Stems | Jewelry: Petal & Stones | Hair + Makeup: Tina Tom Makeup + Hair Team | Cake and Desserts: New Food Tuesdayz | Paper Goods: Owl Post Calligraphy | Custom Calligraphy: Mariclare Calligraphy | Gown: BHLDN Weddings | Rentals: Jake Duke Studios | Bride: Sierra MacKenzie | Second Shooter: Nicole Angeles