November 09 2016
So let’s talk about the most important outfit of the day: the bridal look. We’ll start with your wedding make-up, as gold is a beautiful colour to focus on. Opt for shimmering champagne tones for your eyeshadow – work in a dark brown into the outer edges of your eyelid for a sexy smoky-eye. Golden tinted highlighter will create a dewy glow to your face so use it on your cheekbones, brow bone and cupids bow. Finish the look off with a touch of rose gold lipstick. Gorgeous!
We’ll move onto your wedding outfit. Golden wedding dresses are seriously hot right now, but if you’re not bold enough to don a sparkling dress why not incorporate your theme through your accessories? Glittering gold shoes will look so glam peeping out from under your dress, and the shade means you can wear them after your big day too! Why not pop on a golden sequin jacket in the evening too? If you’re having a Winter celebration, you’ll need it as the evening draws in. Our Sienna Rose Gold Headband is the perfect partner for this wedding theme. With a beautiful rose gold centre and lace flowers, this can be worn across the forehead or as an Alice band.
Don’t forget about your wedding garter – it’s one of the oldest wedding traditions out there. Our Margaux wedding garter is finished with a rose gold leaf and bead, and it’s the perfect way to bring good luck to your wedding day.
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Let’s not overlook your bridesmaids – their dresses are probably one of the easiest ways to reflect your luxurious gold colour palette. Matching dresses are officially off the wedding scene, so focus on mixing and matching gowns and shades. Long, sequin gowns are seriously glamorous and they will look wonderful at a Winter wedding.
Metallic wedding cakes are huge for 2017, especially when it comes to golden icing. A gold cake can easily be a focal point of your reception, so go all out with your theme and use a gold cake stand and sparkling sequin table runner to display your tasty treats! Add a festive touch by decorating your cake with Winter blooms or a Christmas cake topper.
There are so many ways to include golden details into your wedding décor that we could swoon over ideas forever. Golden tea light holders and vases are an absolute must-have and can be used for your reception tables, venue entrance or even your card table. Why not use antique golden frames to display your table numbers and seating plan? They’ll look so glam and can make even the simplest of venues look sensational. Geometrics go hand in hand with metallic and they’re super on trend. You could hang geometric installations or use geometric vases for your candles and flowers.
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Make sure your wedding stationery is just as glam as your venue décor! Golden envelopes teamed with white invitations and golden calligraphy will help create your colour palette. Add a sprig of greenery around your menus or place names for a cosy, festive touch.
A gold wedding theme will never go out of fashion and it’s a beautiful choice if you want a wedding day that your guests will never forget.
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