Gold – so luxurious and well – rich looking! It can either be glittery and sparkly, or as we prefer it – seen in a soft sheen, a small detail – just ‘there’ if you look at the overall picture.
Combine with cerise pink and dark chocolate. With old antique rose and olive green or milk chocolate. With cream, champagne and ivory. With other metallics – pinky bronze, or silver or copper. With black and white. With deep iris and touches of royal purple and sage green. With dusty pink, and faded olive green. With soft apricot and spring green. With darker colours such as dark olive, or midnight blue or dark wine red – great for a winter wedding to add a sumptuous look. With slate blue and touches of orange. With rust and apricot. With duck egg blue and tiny touches of bronze
Voluptuous arrangements of flowers and leaves set low on the tables with gold taper candles scattered in amongst the flowers. Edible gold leaf on your dessert. Marzipan fruit or salted caramel macarons dusted in edible gold lustre for your favours. Read more...