Rose Gold Ombre Wedding Shoot
This rose gold ombre wedding shoot is what wedding dreams are made of. From the canvas of a rustic venue, designers took classic wedding colors of blush and ivory and blended them together with today’s hottest metallic – rose gold. This styled shoot offers a lot of fabulous ideas that are fun to put together. A trumpet and horn vintage ring is the perfect starting point. This gorgeous bauble has a unique look that rivals even today’s stunning designs.
The invitation suite captures all of the wedding hues in one seamless collection. Blush script is penned on white paper for a lovely balance of color.
Brides aren’t the only ones who can don a little sparkle! This groom and ring bearer look positively handsome with white button down shirts, black pants, and glittering gold bow ties.
The wedding flowers are loaded with texture and color. To contrast the mostly pink and gold color scheme, the florists created pieces with white, ivory, and peach roses, with hints of pink hydrangea, hypericum berries, and loads of gorgeous greenery.
This is a super simple DIY escort card display. Pink satin ribbon is hung with colorful cards down the front in a lovely ombre fashion.
The bride wears a stunning strapless lace A-line gown with delicate beading. Her hair is softly curled and hangs down loose past her shoulders.
A mantle bedecked with a gold fabric panel and greenery serves as the focal point for the reception space. A table is paired with dark chivari chairs. A sparkly gold table runner sits on top of a white linen for a pop of glamour with a romantic centerpiece anchoring the tablescape.
Gold flatware, gold-dipped glasses, and votive candles are placed alongside white and gold plates to complete the look.
The couple complement each other beautifully with their balance of sparkle and sophistication.
To keep warm, the bride grabs a dark faux fur coat to cover her shoulders. It’s an elegant accessory that contrasts with the bright white of her gown.
Instead of finding one main color and focusing on that for your wedding scheme, embrace several complementary colors and blend them together for unique ombre effect that can be incorporated in just about any detail for your big day. And don’t forget the power of a little sparkle, too!
Photographer: Dawn Photography Wedding Planner: Event Crush Makeup Artist: Megan Renee Makeup Stationary: KT Michelle Designs Table Clothes: Candy Crush Events Wedding Ring: Trumpet & Horn Wedding Ring Box: The Mrs Box Florals: Barbs Flowers Dress: Blush Bridal Boutique Venue: Grand Hollows Bowties: Sunkissed by Elle