Not all metallic wedding décor makes a statement. Add a small dose of shine to your menus (or other big-day paper goods) with gold calligraphy.
Metals can easily upgrade any big-day paper goods. Note how just a small amount of copper foil made this seating chart
If you want to add a metallic touch to your wedding cake, know that you don’t have to use a lot to make a statement. For a subtler interpretation, make like The Sugary and lightly speckle your dessert with gold. To complete this confection, Pridmore Design topped it off with a cascading arrangement of andromeda.
To ensure your bridal party shines on your big day, just look to these glimmering bridesmaids for inspiration. These women walked down the aisle in sequins and satin—a perfect way to work metallics into your ceremony.
There’s no doubt that all eyes will be on you on the big day, but you can make your look even more eye-catching by wearing a metallic headpiece, like this one .
It’s completely fine to mix metals in your wedding design. Just be sure to introduce a transitional element to tie the two together. The gold cutlery on this place setting by Vintage worked with an ornate silver charger thanks to the addition of two white plates
Planning on wearing a short dress for your ceremony or reception? You’ll need a statement shoe—consider something like these gold (and winged!)
Worried about punchy metallics feeling too dramatic? Add textural elements, like faux fur, to the mix to tone things down. This rose gold seating chart was placed atop a white faux fur rug to make the entire display feel softer.