Hi, Emma here and if you love gold as I do, you’ll really enjoy these rose gold wedding ideas! You see, rose gold is my latest favorite; it’s been popping up in wedding rings, bridesmaid jewelry, decor, and even wedding gowns (remember these?) Today we’re sharing twenty-seven rose gold wedding ideas to inspire you from engagement rings and wedding dresses to cake stands and decor. There’s a little something here for everyone to love.
Oh, and just wait until you see the dress. It’s one of my favorite bridal gowns to date. Enjoy!
Paper Flowers for Wedding Decor, Centerpieces & More
One of our favorite new trends — well, it’s been trending for awhile, but it’s still on point this season — is paper flowers as decor throughout your space. We’ve seen paper flowers along the aisle, as ceremony backdrops, at the head table, as centerpieces for receptions, adorning a cake, and more. Paper flowers are in — and they aren’t going anywhere for a long time to come.
I love when wedding decor can be re-used as home decor. Loooove it. So when I (Emma here!) spotted these modern hanging air plant holders over at Handmade Sam Made, I couldn’t resist sharing their geometric awesomeness with you. But first, what is an air plant, you ask? Well, I’ll tell you!
An air plant — aka Tillandsia, if you want to get technical — is a sometimes rootless tropical plant with grasslike leaves, according to Google. Water and airborne nutrients are absorbed through its leaves.
Air Plant Wedding Decor
An air plant makes an exceptionally lovely flower alternative for wedding decor, especially for a modern wedding because it offers a minimalist look (similar to the succulent). If you want to decorate your wedding with air plants, we recommend using them as centerpieces, like so:
Another way to use air plants as decor is to hang them, whether from trees, rafters, or displayed on a back wall as a sconce or plant holder. These brass Himmeli designs are some of the prettiest I’ve seen yet…
Happy Monday, loves! It’s time again for Take 5 — our weekly series where we pull five of the best details from a single Real Wedding to delight + inspire you. This week, we’re oohing and aahing over this gorgeous modern pink wedding captured by The Mondays and designed by Juli Vaughn Designs. Ready to be inspired? This’ll do — we promise!
Bright Pink Wedding Ideas
1. This exceptional paper flower + ribbon ceremony backdrop
Hi, loves! Whenever I go to a wedding, I make a beeline right to the cake table. You see, I have to get a glimpse of the cake, but mostly I want to see the cake topper they chose. A cake topper tells a lot about a couple, you know? That’s why today we’re sharing a HUGE round-up of over eighteen cake topper styles for truly unique couples. Plus, we’re giving you a chance to win one of them, since we’re so crazy over wedding giveaways here at Emmaline Bride. Which one will it be? I’ll give you a hint: it’s by the lovely Jenna Leslye Designs! Ready to get started? Let’s go!
Move over, chalkboard! Well, we still love our beloved chalkboards… but mirror signs are taking center stage at weddings as a chic alternative. A mirror can be hand-lettered with a paint pen (like these, which have a fine point) to add an extra dose of pretty to your ceremony or reception space. We’ve seen them used as welcome signs for guests, we’ve seen a mirror in lieu of a paper program, as a bar menu, and more. Today we’re sharing how to use mirror signs at your wedding with five unique finds. Plus, we found a few other mirror inspired decor we know you’d love. Check it all out below…
And, I just couldn’t help but mention these additional finds we spotted. This gold ampersand mirror sign will look fab as part of your decor; mirror coasters are a cute touch for your sweetheart table! From Hop Studio.