“Whether you consider yourself a garden bride, a boho bride, a traditional bride or a modern bride, clean whites paired with rose gold is definitely a color trend that adapts seamlessly with any style. Traditional floral made up of creams, ivories and whites beautifully compliments metallics like rose gold, and not only allows you to keep that lux, romantic feel, but also gives off vivid, polished accents and focal points. Think foil embossed menus, rose gold chargers, flatware and votive holders. This is a great way to complement any palette and add a shiny, sophisticated pop to your printed materials, your fashion and décor, and even your cake design.”
Please Trust Us
White. We know. It’s a bold choice for a wedding palette. It seems a little ironic considering 93% of brides wear white on their wedding day and perhaps that’s why most are hesitant to use it elsewhere. But trust us – you will stand out no matter what because you are the bride. We’re begging you; do not be afraid to use this color! Mix it up with shades of white including cream, ivory and ecru and don’t forget to add a metallic for a polished feel.
Hello, Rose Gold
There are several metallics that pair beautifully with a white wedding but rose gold is getting some serious love this season. It’s the softer side of traditional gold and an ideal choice for an all white wedding. Set the tone from the very beginning with the White Roses Wedding Invitation from the David Tutera Collection. This invitation feels ethereal, elegant and modern. Your bridesmaids will turn heads in rose gold sequin dresses and adding a touch of rose gold ribbon to your cake will make it shine. Toast your love all night long in rose gold flutes and decorate with accents from David’s newest collection from Michaels.