This Real Love Foil Invitation is the real deal when it comes to romance. An ecru background paired with shimmering gold letters makes it appear as if it came straight out of a romance novel. But it has this modern flair to it with sophisticated text to match.
The champagne filling your glass will already be golden and sparkling, so continue the style by lining the rims of the glasses with a bit of gold glitter. Just that little bit of detailing can go a long way.
Go gold with dinnerware
You can never have too much gold – especially when it comes to dinnerware. Try white plates with the rims dipped in gold, or use gold-colored linens if you prefer. As far as silverware, that’s always traditionally silver. But going with gold silverware offers a classy elegance and coordinates perfectly with the rest of your decor. You may look into rose gold for a warmer tone.
It’s all in the details
If you take a look at our blushing bride in our style board, you can see that it’s all the little details which come together to create a stunning ensemble. We love the dotted veil, which adds a bit of texture and feminine flair, while the bow in the back of her gown contributes that perfect touch of romance.
Whether they’re peonies or roses, you can’t go wrong walking down the aisle with an arrangement filled with pink blooms; They stand out beautifully against a white dress without taking away from your ensemble.
Much like the dress, the beauty of a cake is all in the details. It doesn’t take much for a cake to look beautiful. Opt for a soft feminine color and talk to your baker about dressing it up with textured icing.
A sentimental tie
One of the most creative ways to show some love for your spouse-to-be on your wedding day is to sew an “I love you” message into the back of his tie with your wedding date. Does it get more romantic than that?
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