For a winter wedding, instead of decorating with all white, we’re noticing a trend in pink and gold weddings. These rose gold color combinations are perfect for an elegant romantic New Year’s Eve wedding. And don’t worry; there are plenty of ways to decorate with pink without being too feminine. Choose a light pink that goes with gold and white. You can decorate with white and pink using gold as an accent color. Pink and gold wedding cakes are really in style right now for a dramatic alternative to a traditional white wedding cake.
There are plenty of DIY wedding ideas that you can incorporate into a pink and gold wedding palette without breaking the bank. Gold charger plates are a great option if you already have white dining plates. They will help to add a touch of color to your table settings. Then use white table linens with pink accents for a simple subtle décor. If you’re using china, stick with gold rim plates without any large prints. This will leave an understated place setting so that you can create a stunning centerpiece without a cluttered looking table. Blush peonies are a subtle light pink flower that compliments gold very nicely. Unfortunately they are a late spring flower but some florists can get them year round. They are a round flower and can be combined with other filler flowers. Use these gold vases to create a full floral arrangement.
Decorate a pink dessert table with macaroons and cupcakes. Gold glitter cupcake wrappers are perfect for adding a touch of glitter to the display. Use gold ribbon to hang pink and white tissue paper pom poms over your tables for romantic décor. Using striped décor and gold accents is a great way to create a romantic feel. This wedding trend is really popular for a mid-winter wedding because it works with snowy backgrounds. Log cabins and deep wood accents are a great complement for light pink and white color combinations. What do you think of this wedding color trend? For a fun gold accent try ending the night with gold sparklers for a romantic grand exit!