Wedding Planning

10 Gorgeous Gold Wedding Ideas

10 Gorgeous Gold Wedding Ideas

Shining ideas for the best day ever.

For traditional weddings, seek out timeless details that use a gold scheme. For example, these cream and gold damask linens are a fabulous way to bring together a classic pattern and a trendy moment. And with the matching chiavari chairs, the gold really pops out.

Some of the best gold wedding details also incorporate unique patterns and texture. As if the cool backdrop at the end of the reception space wasn’t enough glow, this couple added glistening runners to each table.

Especially when the leaves start to turn, an autumnal detail like the spray-painted place card above is a great choice. An easy DIY, collect leaves, spray them gold, and then hire a calligrapher to fill out each name for the most professional final product.

One of the most popular modern color palettes this year is white, black, and gold. Add metallic details to black and white linens for a chic effect. This place setting is set off with gold flatware and a shiny charger.

Hanging installations are a terrific way to fill an open space, particularly industrial lofts and high tents. This geometric gold wedding detail looks extra pretty when covered in blush flowers and a few pieces of leafy greenery.

Having a boho or vintage wedding, but still want gold accents? Mercury glass votives are classic and versatile enough to fit into nearly any theme or palette.

One of our favorite cake trends is decorating each layer differently. This blush and gold cake has a bottom layer encrusted in gold sparkle.

Gold foiling can give your wedding invitation suite an extra luxe touch. This modern event used black envelopes and aqua font to keep the whole design light and sophisticated.

You’ll look absolutely regal in this golden grown headpiece. You can wear it with your hair up or down, but we admit our favorite is with a high bun as shown above.

These gold sequined bridesmaid dresses are exquisitely glam. They have a slightly rosy hue which will flatter a wider range of skin tones than the brassiness of true gold.