Rose gold is having a moment right now, taking over everything from jewelry, shoes and home décor to nail polish, electronics and even hair color. Not surprisingly, rose gold is also currently a big trend in weddings—and it’s here to stay.
If you’re a bride-to-be looking for an easy way to incorporate this warm pinkish-goldish metallic hue into your big day, consider using rose gold centerpieces for your reception tables. Here are six reasons rose gold centerpieces are our favorite:
- They’re romantic
With a metallic shimmer and a dusty pink-gold luster, rose gold is quite possibly the most romantic metal and an obvious choice when it comes to celebrating your nuptials. To complete the romantic look, create a vignette with a rose gold vase of flowers surrounded by votive candles on top of a crisp linen table runner, a romantic lace doily, a glam sequined cloth or a rustic spread of burlap.
- They complement many themes
Are you tying the knot on a working farm? On the beach? In a garden? At your country club? In a church? Are you going for a classic, chic, rustic or bohemian theme? No matter where you’re getting married—or what your theme is—rose gold can complement nearly any wedding style.
- Rose gold centerpieces work with many color palettes
Rose gold can complement many different wedding color palettes. Here are some color combos that look great with rose gold centerpieces:
- Blush pink, taupe and rose gold
- Serenity blue, ivory and rose gold
- Navy blue, dove grey and rose gold
- Burgundy, ivory, and rose gold
- They’re affordable
If you’re looking for a luxe look on a budget, then rose gold centerpieces are your new best friend. Our Rose Gold Vibe Vase comes at a very affordable price point, and if you DIY your wedding flowers and get crafty with the rest of your table décor, you could easily create your centerpieces for under $50 a table. This leaves you more money for things like your dress, cake and bridesmaid gifts!
- They work year-round
Rose gold centerpieces are a gorgeous option year-round, for spring, summer, fall and winter brides. Here are some seasonal flower and greenery options to consider that will look perfect in your rose gold vases:
Spring: Rose Gold Trumpet Vase with white ranunculus, pink peonies and eucalyptus
Summer: Rose Gold Footed Bowl with floating candles and floating green leaves
Fall: Rose gold vase with burnt orange roses, burgundy berries and seeded eucalyptus
Winter: Rose gold vase with white roses, white hypericum berries, dusty miller and cedar boughs
- They’re versatile at home
After your big day has come and gone you’ll be left with a lot of wedding decorations—some of which you can repurpose at home. The vases from your rose gold centerpieces can easily be incorporated into your home décor. You can use them to display fresh or silk flowers on your dining room table, on your fireplace mantle, on your coffee table and on your bedside tables.
Check out more rose gold centerpiece inspiration here: https://www.46spruce.com/blogs/homegarden-blog/rose- gold-centerpieces- for-summer