I love this new(ish) trend of a rose gold wedding. It’s so classy and elegant, yet simple. Today I’m sharing my five ideas for using rose gold in your invites or save the dates.
Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. Affiliate links I may earn advertising/referral fees if you make a purchase through my link, without any extra cost to you. It helps keep the lights on. Thanks for your support.
Rose Gold Wedding Invites
1. Simple & Clean
For the first design, I wanted to keep it simple and clean with a white background. I also offer three different orientations, horizontal, vertical, and square.
Calendar designs are always popular and this is one of our best sellers. It works great as a magnet and can be combined with any of the other 4 designs as well. Leave the back white or change it up!
Rose Gold Magnet or Card Save the Date + Envelopes$1.50 – $2.60
Two colors that go extremely well together are dark grey and pale pink, which makes rose gold and charcoal a lovely combination. With my designs, I add the background so that you can have the white paper show through for the font.
Another lovely color combo and a personal favorite of mine is the chalkboard with rose gold. I use linen paper to print in order to give a texture-like feel to these designs.
Chalkboard Rose Gold Invite + Envelopes$5.20 – $15.00
5. Polka Dots
Finally, really mix things up with polka dots! It adds a bit of fun and flair to the invites.
Rose Gold Wedding Invite Suite + Envelopes$2.10 – $20.00
Once you get the invites squared away make sure you check out these fun extras. From reply cards to gifts, favors to tags, you’ll find everything you need. Find them all on Zazzle.
If you want to make these yourself and you like the fonts used above, you’re in luck! I’ve included the fonts I’ve used below with link to purchase them on font bundles (my favorite!).