Brown and gold is one of our FAVORITE color combos for a fall wedding. The way these two colors play off each other is practically perfect, just like the two of you! Imagine you’re gold (vibrant and beautiful) and he’s brown (strong and stately). Put the two together and you just can’t help but fall in love.

Wedding Cards: Brown and Gold

Introducing…
Wedding colors like brown and gold deserve some major attention on your wedding invitations. You’ll want wedding guests to know at first glance just how gorgeous this wedding is going to be. We chose gold wedding invitations that are more natural in style. A faux foil finish lends a sense of glamour to the design while keeping the overall look of the invitation fresh and crisp.

Absolutely Golden
It’s surprising how many shades of gold you’ll find when looking for wedding decorations. The same goes for brown. You’ll quickly realize these two colors blend beautifully because they are practically the same hue, the difference being a touch of fabulous shimmer. Don’t be shy about gathering various shades of gold for your wedding decorations. For example, the tablescape shown here features classic gold taper candles in brushed gold candle stands. The floral centerpieces have yet another shade of golden leaves tucked inside the greenery.

Just Blend In
Blending in isn’t difficult for the color brown. It’s perfectly natural, actually. Notice how brown and gold wedding decorations blend together beautifully, lending just enough contrast to create a brilliant look yet still remaining soft and inviting. The gold tie with brown suit is the perfect example of bold style that’s still absolutely huggable! The brown shimmer napkin rings with gold berry accents is another great example of beautiful contrast.

Photo Credit: Bride: NK Photography via Style Me Pretty, Table Setting: Siegel Thurston via Project Wedding, Tux: J Castro Photography, Bridesmaids: Elegant Wedding Invites, Cake: Kaysha Weiner via Ruffled, Silverware: Elizabeth Anne Designs

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