Sweet & Sassy
Sweet and sassy describes pink and gold perfectly. This color combo is dynamite for a couple that leans toward a flashy style but wants to keep a romantic feel. Pink bridesmaid dresses, wedding flowers and decorations are all beautiful elements for incorporating shades of pink. Use gold and gold glitter to elevate your wedding look and give it a luxurious finish. You will need to find a wedding invitation that introduces this look perfectly. We’ve chosen the Watercolor Whimsy Invitation featuring a watercolor design in your choice of color with a faux gold ampersand. This design is a part of our Invitations with Free Response Cards collection.
Luxury for Less
As you can tell from the gorgeous photos shown here, gold is a great way to give your wedding ceremony and reception a more dramatic look. We love the gold shimmer fabric draped ever so elegantly with pink fabric behind the head table. Candles dipped in gold glitter are incredibly affordable and so much fun to display throughout your wedding. Gold touches on the wedding cake with some lush flowers will portray your wedding colors and style beautifully. Hit up Pinterest and find all kinds of ways to bring gold and sparkle into your venues.
A Floral Finish
Flowers are always a beautiful option for completing your wedding decorations but don’t feel like you need to choose an expensive flower to get a luxurious look. Pink is a common color for many types of flowers, which means you’ll be able to find some very affordable varieties. Alstroemeria, carnations and gerbera daisies are all great options for affordable flowers available in various shades of pink. Use these flowers in the bouquets, boutonnieres and on the tables to bring a soft and sensual appearance throughout the venue.
Photo Credits: Sweetheart Table: Organic Album Photography by Daria via Wedding Chicks, Wedding Cake: S’more Sweets via Rustic Wedding Chic, Bride/Bridesmaids: Hay Alexandra Photography via Fab You Bliss, Groom: Couture Studios via Every Last Detail, Candles: via Deer Pearl Flowers, Earrings: Etsy, Cotton Candy Cocktail: Rachel A. Clingen via Intimate Weddings