There was a time when having details in rose gold meant you were in. But, you know what the best is? Rose gold is in again!

For many brides, gold is a daring color; it means prosperity in some cultures. It’s a symbol of status and wealth, while for others is the perfect complementary color for romance and style.

Spring flew by, but that doesn’t mean that gold isn’t a summer or even a fall color. With its warm tones, it’s a color to go with white details, like table linens or –in our favorite case– flowers.

What type of wedding do you want to have?

Like we’ve said before, one of the most important things to have under your pocket when you start to plan your wedding is the theme. Is it rustic or elegant? Is it a daytime or nighttime wedding? Once you have that part figured out, then you can start to plan the rest.

Keep in mind that gold is a color that brings out small details. Like, for instance, gold cutlery looks great against white surfaces.



Or maybe if you’re looking for a different tone of gold, like rose gold, which is perfect for invitations or as a complement for bouquets:


If you were to pick a way to use rose gold or gold, how would you use it?