Even for brides that don't like pink, it's difficult to plan a wedding without incorporating some sort of blush tone into the celebration. The feminine shade is often used in linens and florals, and it is also a very popular choice for bridesmaid dresses. Gold is another color that is frequently used as an accent, as incorporating it into décor adds a regal, refined element to the day. When you pair pink and gold together, however, the end result is absolutely beautiful.
Gold typically works best when married with soft pinks, but it can also just as easily complement a vibrant hot pink hue. Top gold risers with lovely blush blooms, leave the gilt elements to the china and rimmed glassware on the tablescape, or add sparkling specks of gold to desserts. The shade is fit for royalty, especially when used for elegant calligraphy on invitations, place cards, or other paper goods such as table numbers.
Take a look at 17 ways to incorporate a pink and gold wedding color palette into your big day, below. Be sure to click on each photo to see more from each of these weddings.
Photo by Amanda McKinnon Photography; Bridal Gown by Claire Pettibone
Photo by Amanda McKinnon Photography
Photo by Lane Dittoe Photography; Consulting by Thomas Bui Lifestyle
Photo by Jeff Tisman Photography; Linens by Nüage Designs
Photo by Michael Bambino & Co.; Consulting by Viva Bella Events
If you love these wedding photos, find more inspiration from these pretty-in-pink wedding ideas, 21 ways to incorporate gold into your celebration, and elegant rose gold décor for both the ceremony and reception.