Chic Silver and Gold Invites
Incorporating more than one metal into your wedding decor doesn't have to mean going over the top with the glam. This silver and gold invite combination is understated, elegant and totally chic.
Copper and Gold Cake
Getting married in an art gallery? We love this geometric wedding cake for an artsy event in a modern space. The mixed metallics gives it just enough glam to make it a seriously stunning centerpiece and the bejeweled topper is unlike anything we've seen before.
Metallic Bridesmaid Dresses
Rose gold sequins, shimmery gold belts— is there a more gorgeous way to outfit your besties than a with a wardrobe of metallics? Buck tradition and let your bridesmaids choose their own dresses to wear on your big day, just so long as they keep it sparkly. They'll feel great and look even better.
Gold and Opal Hair Comb
If you're looking to add a few vintage wedding details to your big day, try securing your veil with a bejeweled hair comb like this one. The antique opal and bright gold would look especially pretty in a deep brunette or fiery auburn mane.
Bronzed Metallic Wedding Shoes
Your feet deserve a flash of something fierce! Each time these bronze sparklers catch the light, they seemingly change color, making them a perfect choice for the dance floor!
Nickel and Gold Place Setting
Your guests aren't going to want to get up from the table with these gorgeous place settings in front of them. They're stylish, sweet and add just the right amount of bling to the tablescape.
Pinky Gold Bridal Bouquet
While it may seem impossible to work in some metallic magic into your bridal bouquet, it's actually totally doable! Here, the florist added painted gold buds to the arrangement and tied the bouquet together with a pretty gold and pink bow. The result is equal parts all-natural and absolutely fabulous— kind of like you!
Minimalist Mixed Metals Wedding Band
This tri-colored stacked band is perfect for the minimalist bride with its simple design and clean lines. Plus, by incorporating rose gold, silver and gold into one ring, you'll never have to worry about mixing your jewelry metals again!
Metallic Mason Jars
Here, rustic chic and metallic glam marry in perfect harmony. There's an easy elegance to these copper, rose, bronze, silver, and gold-painted Mason jars that are both casual and elevated at the same time. It can be a hard balance to pull off, but somehow it works!
Beautiful Beaded Bridal Sash
Mixed metallics can also mean you're just varying your shades of a single metal. Here, gold in a subdued pastel ribbon and its intricate beadwork combine to create a stylish sash that we'd love to see at a spring garden wedding.