Color Monday: Pink & Gold

Categories Inspiration + Wedding Stationery

Welcome to Color Monday! Today we’re celebrating one of the most popular wedding colors–pink–and pairing it with gold.

Pink is romantic, feminine and playful. Gold is exquisite, refined and luxurious. Combining them produces an understated elegance that sort of takes you by surprise. Personally, it’s one of my favorite combos! Find below two more invitation color ideas where the combo of pink and gold deliver two different looks …

What do you think of a pink and gold color combo?

pink and gold weddng colors



Rustic & Romantic

Softer shades create a soft, flexible look. “Birds in Bloom” Invitation with Carrier Card offers a sweet and rustic feel–perfect for an outdoor or garden wedding.

“Birds in Bloom” Layered Wedding Invitation


Relaxed & Refined

Here, the floral patterning in the darker gold background add a bit of luxe to the look while the soft pink band and fun photo-booth style pics keep “Elegant Espresso” invite relaxed yet refined.

“Elegant Espresso” Flat Rectangle Wedding Invitation


What do you think of this regal yet relaxed combination for wedding colors?


top inspiration board images:

Tablescape via Engaged & Inspired via, Wedding Dress via Jubilee Events, Foldover Pocket Wedding Invitation “Vintage Applique” via MagnetStreet Weddings

Browse pink wedding invitations and play with your own color combos in Design Studio–our personalization tool.


  • Rach on June 25, 2012 @ 1:13 pm

    Love this color combo, too…and “understated elegance” is a perfect description for it. What a playful, yet elegant palette!

  • alexandra on May 15, 2013 @ 5:23 pm

    i really love that color palletes. im thinking along those lines for my weddingbut im thimking about adding pearl to the pink an gold

  • HeidiMarkgraf on May 17, 2013 @ 8:20 am

    Thanks Alexandra for stopping by and commenting! You’ve inspired me to reinvent this lovely palette with the addition of soft luminescent pearls. Lovely.

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