A Champagne Wedding Theme
A Champagne wedding theme is an popular colour choice for weddings, and it’s not hard to see why. Champagne is associated with indulgence, celebration, and quality, so how apt that this luxurious colour reflects all those things and more. From the palest gold through to deep creamy gold tones choosing these wedding colours offers so much for planning your wedding day.
A champagne colour palette can easily be paired up with other shades so it can be adapted for weddings all year round.
Champagne and rose gold wedding themes are perfect all year round. Champagne and burgundy are idyllic for winter and autumn wedding colours, and for spring weddings a soft champagne and green colour pairing is ideal.
A champagne coloured wedding dress is luxurious and romantic and can be of pale or dark tones or a combination of the two. If you prefer an ivory wedding gown then opting for champagne wedding shoes can continue the theme.
Wedding flowers can be stunning roses, varieties like Sahara or Quicksand are a fabulous champagne tone. Mix these with ivory flowers of your choice, and this is an excellent way to highlight and lift the champagne tones.
If you are opting for a champagne coloured wedding dress then adding some ivory in your bridal bouquet lifts everything and brings it all together.
Champagne is a fabulous colour for wedding cakes, and there are so many ways of incorporating this shade. You can have a full-on champagne cake with accents of gold or opt for ivory and dress the cake in luxurious champagne, silk ribbon and lots more in-between.
Your wedding invitations will be the first hint of the big day to come, and there’s a wealth of choices. Sophisticated champagne foiled invites wrapped in luxurious silk ribbon or sealed with champagne coloured sealing wax are romantic and sensual.
Or opt for opulently embellished invitations with layers of champagne glitter card dressed with beautiful champagne satin ribbons which are so stunning.
Champagne Wedding Theme and Colour Combinations
If you love neutral, nude, beige tones, then champagne is the key! Complement pale, soft champagne with accents of soft pinks, blues, apricots, and lavender or let warmer champagne provide the link between white/ivory through to bolder colours like navy, red, sage green or deeper pinks.
Champagne is a contemporary, elegant and sophisticated wedding colour whatever colour you team with it, it will be a magical day.
Champagne Sealing Wax
Use sealing wax to create your own wax seals. This shade is called chilled champagne.
Pop Fizz, Clink!
Yes, champagne is always the answer, and wedding champagne flutes make the perfect wedding gift for the bride and groom!
They can be personalised & engraved or simple champagne glasses teamed with a bottle of personalised champagne; it’s the perfect gift for the new Mr and Mrs Glass of bubbly anyone?