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Monday, March 9, 2015

A Silver and Gold Theme Wedding

A Silver and Gold Theme Wedding



An elegant wedding calls for an equally elegant color scheme. One of the most classically beautiful wedding color palettes is the combination of silver and gold. Learn how to use a silver and gold wedding theme to design a fabulous wedding.

A Silver and Gold Theme Wedding
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Silver and gold is a wedding theme which can be used at any time of the year. If you wish, add an accent color in a seasonal hue to tailor it to the time of the year in which you will be married. Silver, gold, and pink are delicate and romantic for a formal spring wedding. Or add burgundy for a rich autumn color palette. Black, gold, and silver look spectacular for a New Year's Eve wedding. Or simply enhance the metallic hues by pairing them with white, cream, or pale champagne. The results will be stunning.

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A Silver and Gold Theme Wedding
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Your bridesmaid dresses are a great place to introduce your wedding colors. Choose a dress in either silver or gold, unless you happen to find an elegant jacquard dress which combines both metallic hues equally. Clear crystal bridesmaid jewelry is always an excellent choice with a metallic dress. Or create custom bridesmaid jewelry in crystals which pull in your accent color, if you have selected one. Bouquets of beautiful white or ivory blossoms such as roses, orchids, peonies, or calla lilies will be perfect when tied with a silver and gold ribbon. The bride can choose a wedding gown with metallic embroidery, wear silver or gold shoes, and carry a white bouquet tied with metallic ribbon.

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Painted accents are a wonderful way to bring the silver and gold wedding colors into the floral arrangements for the ceremony and reception. Tall branches can be painted in metallic colors to add drama and elegance to centerpieces and altar arrangements. Decorate them with white roses, orchids, and hanging crystals for a spectacular design. For a fall or winter wedding, natural elements such as pine cones will look great painted gold or silver. You can dip the edges in glitter for an extra bit of sparkle, if you like. Wire your metallic pine cones into bouquets and centerpieces for an unexpected detail. Non-floral decorations such as metallic Christmas ornaments or metallic vases are another great way to bring your wedding theme into the centerpieces.

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For the wedding reception, choose either silver or gold silk dupioni tablecloths. Quilted silk cloths are also extremely elegant. You can layer in napkins in the other signature metallic shade. You may also wish to rent gold or silver chiavari chairs for the seating. Select china with a silver and gold scroll design around the border for a rich effect. You may also wish to rent heavy silverware which is both silver and gold to set your regal table. Even place cards and menu cards can have a metallic edge to add to the look. Heavy cardstock with rounded edges will look especially luxurious. Engrave the details of the menu in a formal black script font. Your guests will know that they are being treated to a very elegant dinner.

A Silver and Gold Theme Wedding
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A Silver and Gold Theme Wedding
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A Silver and Gold Theme Wedding
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A gold and silver wedding theme is timeless and elegant. It is ideal for a formal wedding at any time of the year, and is a very easy color scheme to coordinate. Any formal wedding could be enhanced with a regal silver and gold color palette.

Thursday, October 16, 2014

Gold Wedding Shoes for the Bride-To-Be

If your wedding is approaching and still you don't have a shoes to wear you might consider having a gold wedding shoes. For the reason that this gold wedding shoes have many advantages when worn on the most important day of your life. They compliment your feet that may add sparkles and may be reuse on other occasions beside your wedding day.

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Many factors cn be followed that may well support you in choosing what style of gold wedding shoes you may wear. Keep in mind that whenever you start looking for the shoes you may think of these tips. First, decide whether you want a sparkle shoes or just more toned down. Sparkles will make you stand out and accentuate your feet. If you want to keep it simple, you make decide on more toned down.

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Next, also decide the shades of gold you prefer. Whether a deeper shade of gold or lighter shade of gold. The deeper shade is much closer to bronze and the lighter shade is close to yellow. Most preferred the deeper but lighter shade makes you look young and gay. And lastly, though you have a motif of silver wedding band and engagement rings, it will not be a worry. Since gold and silver will not look awkward if combined. You can wear gold necklace, bracelet or earrings to go with your gold wedding shoes.

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Friday, October 10, 2014

An Elegant Blue and Gold Wedding

Strike an upscale tone with a chic wedding color palette. A delicate combination of pale blue and antique gold would be just the thing for a formal afternoon wedding. A little bit vintage, completely stylish, pale blue and gold is an exquisitely elegant wedding color scheme.

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A light blue and gold palette would be lovely for a ballroom wedding or one held in an historic mansion. Picture a room decorated with pale blue silk dupioni tablecloths with a quilted pattern. Delicate gold chiavari chairs will bring in the metallic accent.

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Opt for a soft burnished gold throughout, rather than a bright and shiny metallic. That will keep the look understated, and will bring out the vintage flavor of this beautiful color combination. Rich accents like gold tassels for napkin rings and candles in blue and gold jacquard patterned votive holders will be perfect.

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As for the attire, pale blue and gold are flattering and easy to find. Choose a soft blue for the bridesmaid dresses in a chic fabric like silk chiffon, silk satin, or silk shantung, depending on the season. Long slender dresses will suit the elegance of the color scheme. Bring in the golden accents with custom blue crystal bridesmaid jewelry handcrafted with thin gold links. The blue and gold bridesmaid jewelry sets will be quite special, and your attendants will enjoy them after the wedding as well. The bride can bring in hints of the signature colors in the form of luxe gold silk sandals or pale blue silk slingbacks (for the "something blue", of course). If you wish to up the luxury factor, select a bridal gown with fine gold lace or golden embroidery on the bodice.

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Blue is a somewhat limited color when it comes to flower options for the bouquets and centerpieces. However, there are some lovely ways to incorporate hints of your special colors into the wedding floral arrangements. Summer brides can use blue hydrangeas tied with wide gold ribbons for the bridesmaid bouquets. Or create soft bouquets using romantic ivory flowers such as sweet peas, peonies, and garden roses. Blue or gold sheer organza ribbons will bring in the color accents. For a very rich look, try adding burnished gold stamped metal leaves to fresh flower bouquets. The centerpieces will naturally be displayed in golden vases, which will tie in beautifully with the pale blue tablecloths and gold chiavari chairs at the reception.

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The wedding cake is a natural place to highlight your wedding colors. Design a pale blue cake with an elegant golden design. Possible motifs include baroque or scroll patterns, acanthus leaves, or gold monograms. Cakes with round tiers are always nice of course, but you may also wish to consider confections with a more unique form, such as square or octagonal layers. An antique crown would be a magnificent topper for such an exquisite wedding cake.

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Without a doubt, pale blue and gold is one of the most stylish wedding color combinations a bride could choose. It is rather grand and formal, yet it also tasteful and understated. Blue and gold may just be one of the very best color palettes for an elegant wedding.

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Sunday, August 3, 2014

Gold Wedding Shoes

Are you a bride thinking about gold wedding shoes for your wedding?  Are you considering them but not sure how they will look with your dress?  If so, here are some tips to think through before you decide.

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1.  Color
Do you like the color gold?  Is your dress ivory or cream?  Or, does your dress have gold rhinestones on them?  If you answered yes to at least one of these things, then gold may be the right color for you.  If your answer is no and your dress has silver rhinestones, then you may want to consider silver wedding shoes.  The gold has to match your dress and the beading on your dress, otherwise it will look funny.

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2.  Sparkle
Are you looking for something that sparkles?  Or do you want something that is more toned down.  Gold comes in both a shinier color and a matte color if you want to stick with it.  The sparkle is really pretty and really helps the shoe stand out.  Also, depending on the style, it will sparkle differently.  For example, if you have strappy shoes, then it will sparkle, but won't be as intense as pumps since the straps are usually thin.  Either way, make sure you are comfortable with the sparkle of the gold.

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3.  Shade
Make sure you know what shade of gold you want.  Besides being matted or sparkly, gold also comes in many tones.  There is a deeper tone that is closer to bronze and a lighter tone that is closer to yellow.  The deeper tone is more traditional although the lighter tone can be a little more girly and fun.  One tip is to buy 2 different pairs and try them on with your dress.  This way, you can see how they accent your feet and your dress at the same time.

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4.  Jewelry
Many women tend to have silver wedding bands and silver engagement rings.  If you are one of those women, don't worry.  Gold and silver are being paired together by many designers so you won't have a problem if you want to mix the 2.  If you do choose gold shoes, try to choose a gold necklace and gold earrings to match.  This will make everything more consistent.

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5.  Traditional vs. non-traditional
Gold is actually a very traditional and elegant color.  However, make sure you are comfortable with wearing gold wedding shoes since they tend to be a bit more non-traditional than white or ivory wedding shoes.  Also, remember, gold shoes will be a lot easier to wear in the future to your Christmas parties or any other cocktail parties that you will be going to.

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