Metallic accessories are a big trend for this wedding season. In particular, we are crushing on rose gold. It’s feminine, classy and a little bit blingy.
Rose gold made its first appearance in the 19th century with Russian Gold, and became popular with the 1920’s Art Deco scene. Now, the colour itself has become a popular statement in not only jewellery, but décor as well. The soft tone matches any skin type and provides lovely, warm colour inspiration for the theme.
It’s a new age, vintage bling.
Check out Natalie Maree Jewellery for some gorgeous art deco jewellery inspiration in Rose Gold tones, and for a little bohemian twist you can accessorise with some Rose Gold tempory tattoos by Glo Tatts.
Typically we think rose gold is used for jewellery, but it can make a stunning theme. From going a subtle to as bold as you like, it’s a great statement.
For those DIY brides out there, it’s a simple flick of the wrist to add a bit of rose gold to the theme. Most craft supplies can be found online, by doing a simple Google search. My personal favourite is the copper foil tape, which is a commonly used by lead lighters. Check out this super easy DIY tutorial for making copper stripped candle holders.
From this, a whole lot of inspiration was gathered in the form of copper or rose gold spray paint and mason jars or rose gold glitter and Modge Podge. I’ll leave this here; hopefully your mind runs as wild as mine did.