Rustic Mint and Gold: Wedding Inspiration and Ideas
Soft mint and glittering gold make for a colour combination made in heaven, and it’s due to be seriously popular for 2016. Metallic shades paired with pretty pastel tones can transform your venue, and will really bring your wedding day to life.
Love this chic theme as much as we do? Then read on for some wonderful inspiration…
Shimmering gold sequin table runners will look beautiful with mint napkins and golden candlesticks. We love the idea of mint wedding stationery with stylish golden calligraphy. Mint iced wedding cakes with gilded cake toppers are ultra glam.
Want something a little more rustic? Mint and gold looks beautiful with bare wood and brown shades too. So if you’re planning an outdoor wedding it can still be dazzling!
Mint and gold is a beautiful colour scheme that can be as refined or elaborate as you want – it’s complete up to your preferred wedding style.
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