Spring has well and truly arrived, with glorious days of balmy weather and gardens full of new growth and budding flowers. Symbolically it’s a beautiful time to get married and for a spectacular outdoor wedding. Looking to say “I do” outdoors? Here are our top tips and our look at inspirations for adding beautiful rose gold tones to your day.
Find the right outdoor venue
It’s wonderful to find a venue that has personal meaning for you and your partner, somewhere that will truly bring the special occasion to life.
Maybe you already have a special place in mind but if not, look around your local area for a setting that feels just right. Perhaps a seaside setting will fit your style? Or a public park or garden? Contact your local council or National Parks and Wildlife to find out what is available.
This spring clear, bright colours are trending and look fantastic outdoors. You can enhance your already beautiful setting by adding chairs draped with flower garlands, tall pots with cascades of flowers and leaves, rambling bouquets, and a wedding arch wound round with your favourite flowers. Flower walls are proving popular at the moment and make gorgeous backdrops. They can also be a great way to work with your colour scheme.
Rose gold weddings are on trend
Rose gold with its gentle blush of pink traditionally represents love and is perfect for an outdoor wedding and for decorating your reception venue.
Just think… rose gold jewellery, candelabras, edible blush on food, cutlery and wedding invitations. Or you can go all out with rose gold bridesmaid’s dresses, painted chairs, wedding cake icing, tablecloths, chair drapery or even a bridal arch draped in rose gold curtains!
Why not follow up your wonderful outdoor wedding with a reception at Waterfront Function Centre at San Souci? You can continue the spring theme and bring the outdoors-in by being surrounded by glorious views over the Georges River. View our range of packages here.