Metallic Wedding Trends

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Gold, Silver, and bronze are beginning to trend as captivating metallic accents for weddings and events.  Brides are choosing these shining metals for everything in their wedding, from the invitations and bridesmaid dresses, to their cake and centerpieces. Metallic colors can be used for whatever style your wedding may be, from a modern, upscale wedding to a rustic barn or intimate garden theme.  Metals come in every style: shining, muted, antiqued and more.

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Rose gold is a great option for brides who love pink, but don’t want that bubble gum pink hue.  Mixing metals is becoming popular, which is perfect for summer and fall.  Most would never place silver next to gold, or even bronze for that matter, but the effect is quite lovely.  Adding different metal lanterns is great for a rustic barn wedding, or even a garden party’s tablescape.

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Taking gold vases, and mixing them with bronze chargers, and copper glasses would make your tables pop, and give the wedding a warm glow. Silver is great for winter.  It’s shining, reflective color, has a frozen, icy sheen which will make guests feel as though they have entered a winter wonderland. Metallic colors are great accents for all the bride’s décor.

 

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Cakes shine in the light when decorated with the metallic foil on them, Standing out as the wedding’s show piece. Metallic colors are surprisingly versatile. They can be elegant, whimsical, or even very natural. This a wedding trend that is here to stay. Flowers complimenting metallic tones nicely – take a look  at some of our weddings that included metallics. Getting married?  We would love to hear from you!  Contact us to schedule a wedding flower consultation.

Paige & Derek – Sea Isle Yacht Club

Paige had a beautiful garden vision for her day at the beach. We used hydrangea, roses, tea roses and lots of draping eucalyptus! The centerpieces were so fun to make, we had a variety of vases, footed bowls and tall fluted vases. The mixed designs really created a fun garden mix, accented with rustic wood slices. We love this design style that is simple, beautiful and timeless.

Photo credit – Brook Bakken Photography

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Jamie & Daniel -Sheraton, Society Hill Philadelphia

This was a pretty wedding designed with a simple garden flowers in lavender and blush. Jamie loved succulents, so we added a few into her mix of hydrangea, garden roses, dahlias, eucalyptus, and sweet touches of Queen Anne’s lace. These giant balloons are an awesome photo prop! So fun and lovely!

Photo credit: Asya Photography

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Quinn & Brian -Franklin Institute

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Quinn & Brian had gorgeous weather for a rooftop ceremony overlooking the city sky.  The Franklin Institute is a truly unique event space. Quinn loved classic white flowers, hydrangea, tea roses, garden roses, dahlias and snapdragons but she wanted to add lots of texture with greens, thistles and plum tones. The centerpieces vases were mixed metals, mercury, gold and silver to add interest to the room.

Thank you Caitlyn Scott Photography for the amazing photos!

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