Home Planning Mood boards and pretty themes 27 ways to do the metallic wedding theme return to landing page 7 of 28 Metallic cakes are one of the biggest wedding cake trends of the year, and we can see why. See more fabulous examples in our metallic wedding cake gallery. Photo | Pinterest We love the idea of engraving key rings for all your guests as way of a table plan. The perfect reusable wedding favour too.Photo | Pinterest We can't really think of gold without thinking of stars, so how apt to have them hanging at your wedding? Plus, you could reuse them as party of a baby's mobile, how symbolic!Photo | Pinterest Serve cocktails in copper goblets instead of normal glasses.Photo | Pinterest For a bold statement, line your aisle with oversized metallic vases.Photo | Pinterest Naked hanging bulbs are the way to do metallics with an industrial vibe.Photo | Pinterest Dip pears in gold and attach a name tag to them, for some place settings that will have everyone talking. Photo | Pinterest Set the scene for your guests with some glitter envelopes.Photo | Pinterest Giant metallic letters are perfect to decorate a 'blank canvas' venue.Photo | Pinterest Glitter table numbers are a great way to make your tables sparkle.Photo | Pinterest Tie your wedding flowers with copper wire instead of ribbon for that industrial feel.Photo | Pinterest A bit dramatic perhaps, but a grand feature for sure.Photo | Pinterest We love the idea of having mirrors engraved for your table plans or place settings. Then you can hang them in your home and have a wonderful reminder of your wedding day every time you look into it.Photo | Pinterest Not sure what to pick between a seaside theme and a gold theme? Mix both by painting seashells a pretty shade of gold.Photo | Pinterest Keep drinks cool in old style silver basins for a beautiful rustic touch.Photo | Pinterest Metallic balloons filled with confetti are always a good idea.Photo | Pinterest Don't be afraid to use different metallic hues for your wedding table. These bronze and gold plates look amazing with simple silver cutlery.Photo | Pinterest Mismatched gold, bronze and silver picture frames are ideal for a vintage-style wedding photo booth.Photo | Pinterest A gold tiara over a plain white veil makes for an incredibly striking look.Photo | Pinterest This one might take a little while to make, but the result is beautiful, so all the more satisfying for DIY brides. Paint fake leaves gold or silver, and string them together using a fishing line.Photo | Pinterest A metallic theme doesn't have to be bold golds and silvers everywhere. We love a white theme with discreet gold touches, like this wedding cake decoration.Photo | Pinterest Want a cool and unique centrepiece? Don't chuck out empty baked bean tins. Instead, clean them and spray paint them, they will make gorgeous vases for assorted blooms.Photo | Pinterest Ask your florist to spray foliage with gold paint and add it to your wedding bouquet.Photo | Pinterest Silver cake pops are the most delicious way to add metallics to your wedding theme.Photo | Pinterest Add glitter to the water in your vases for extra sparkle.Photo | Pinterest If you want a real party look, then pom poms and streamers are the way to do it. Plus, they double up as a great photo booth backdrop.Photo | Pinterest For a subtle nod to the metallic theme, dip champagne flutes in edible gold (or silver) glitter.Photo | Pinterest More wedding ideas Cosy Winter Coats for Wedding Guests 100 Best Wedding Guest Dresses Gorgeous Wedding Dresses for Older Brides The world's best outdoor beds Share on Pinterest Email to a friend Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Share on Google Plus Tags: Mood boards and pretty themes Comments Oops – nothing in this comment! Sorry, we couldn't post your comment right now. Can you try again later? Eternity- 07/12/2015 at 03:18 I have never think about the gold with silver can be so nice.I like this themes.And i would choose some bridesmaid dresses in gold( http://www.dressforau.com/gold-bridesmaid-dresses-c-94_152_165.html ) .