Copper, rose gold, whatever your preference in calling it, it’s everywhere – and that’s because it’s beautiful. It’s warmer than silver and not as glitzy as gold and goes pretty much with every colour. Big trends are partnering it with navy or black but I did the opposite and I partnered it with dove grey and pale green.
This is an understated look and very chic as each decorative piece I would use would be shiny copper. Grey would be used very subtly in ribbon for place settings, napkins and shabby chic grey photo frames. Bridesmaid’s dresses in dove grey are one of my fave looks and they could be accessorised with rose gold jewellery and have bouquets of blooming white roses, accented with stalks of eucalyptus.
Eucalyptus is my current wedding favourite. The colour is beautiful and it will make your wedding smell amazing. I like to use eucalyptus for centerpieces and along the top table, or it could be used as a place setting. It can literally be laid anywhere and will bring colour and chicness.
Copper lanterns in all sizes could be used as centerpieces, along the aisle or on any of the tables throughout the venue, to bring some ambiance from their candlelit glow. And I love to use sequined rose gold runners to bring some sparkle to tables. These could be adorned with rustic rose gold urns filled with big bouquets of white flowers and green leafy foliage.
This look is so versatile and wouldn’t look out of place in a Manor House or a barn. Think of the twinkling fairy lights and candlelight reflecting off the rose gold, the pale green eucalyptus adding texture and smell, and the dove grey softening the whole look. Sounds like a perfect combination to me.