Metallics are extremely popular for home and event decor because they add chic and elegance to it and because they fit totally any wedding style and theme. We’ve discussed many ideas to add gold, silver, copper, brass and other metallics to various combos, and today I’d like to be more precise about gold foil.
Gold foil is also metallics but it’s different: it brings that unfinished and understated look that is so edgy and so desired now for many wedding styles. There are many ways to include gold foil into your wedding decor and even menu to make your wedding super chic: use it for stationary of all kinds, for plates and glasses rims, for table decor and even for desserts – edible gold foil. Let’s take a look at some of the coolest ideas.
Gold foil is often used to spruce up wedding stationary of all kinds, styles and colors. You may go for gold foil printing – elegant gold letters are always a good idea. But my favorite idea is some gold foil flecks on the invitations – they make them look so cool, so nonchalant and effortlessly chic! Try not only flecks on the invites but also gold foil edges, which will add texture and interest to the stationary. The same goes to cards, menus and all kinds of paper goods you’ll order.
Gold foil may be also used for table numbers – make some of cardboard or concrete and cover them with gold foil. Try wooden or rock pieces with gold foil numbers on them for a chic touch – this is a nice idea for a forest, rustic or mountain wedding.
Wedding Desserts And Cakes
Gold foil and gold foil flecks are extremely often used for wedding cakes and desserts. The first way to go is rocking gold foil tiers – one or several ones, they look amazing with any other, from marble and watercolor to usual plain buttercream ones. Gold foil flecks are amazing to spruce up any wedding cake – a semi naked, a naked, a buttercream one with any kinds of layers. Spruce up your wedding desserts with gold foil flecks, too, for example, macarons or cupcakes. Add a touch of sparkly gold to your wedding!