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Black and Gold

We love incorporating metallic details into any type of wedding, whether it's an intimate garden party or a raucous backyard bash. This black envelope will serve up major drama in your guests' mailboxes. This particular look of gold foil wedding invitations is the perfect choice for a black tie evening wedding; we have a feeling the bubbly will be flowing and the dancing will be all night long.

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Polka Dots

These polka dot save the date cards add a more whimsical take on metallic paper goods for your wedding. They're playful and fun but the gold accents elevates the save the date to something a little more elegant.

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Mint and Metallics

Metallics are a neutral — no question about it. Here, metallics and pastels play off each other so beautifully and this mint and gold menu is no exception. It's fresh, modern and easy to read (which your hungry guests are sure to appreciate!). We especially love that this version is printable and customizable so you don't have to worry about any last-minute changes to your food.

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Rutic gold foil wedding program
Photo: Jolly Edition

Rustic Gold Program

The creamy textured paper and red string binding on these wedding programs helps keep the glam gold lettering effortless and rustic. There's an easy balance between casual and classic here that's perfect for an upscale barn wedding or a beachside bonfire.

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Rose Gold Beauty

These art deco inspired invites upped the gold foil ante by making the metallic addition rose gold. The blue detailing is an unexpectedly perfect complement to the rose gold and the varying font size and style gives the invite extra aesthetic interest.

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Gray and Gold

It doesn't get any chicer than a gray and gold combination and this gold foil guest book delivers. The clean lines and simple font keeps it timeless and cool. This is the kind of album you'll actually keep out on your coffee table for display — it's that gorgeous!

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Golden Glam

If you have a feminine, floral wedding theme but still want to incorporate some seriously gilded accents to your reception, try printing your table numbers in gold foil. The addition of the floral element keeps it relevant to your overall idea but adds a touch of sweet drama your guests will appreciate.

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Rustic Shine

Gold foil wedding invitations can often skew fancy or traditional but using something like kraft paper helps keep the metallic accent more casual and cool. We love all the small details this invite has, from the varying fonts to the floral corners to the different shapes. It's got a lot going on but still feels clean and up to date.

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Grateful in Gold

These cards are simple and clean — no need for drama on the outside when your words on the inside are what matter! The oversized script font adds just enough power without being overpowering.

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Autumnal Menu

Autumn, with its crunchy yellow leaves and cackling orange fires, totally calls for gold foil wedding details. These metallic leaves add a touch of glamour to the rustic menu and makes it feel special enough that the guests will want to save it!