Shortly after the first decade of the 2000's ,many of the weddings began to combine pink tones with gold or copper, to give a touch of brightness to other softer tones. A few seasons later, coincidentally or not, someone phenomenal and unknown to us, was inspired, relaunching the famous and a bit forgotten rose gold.
However, this colour's history goes back many, many years, in the field of jewelry and metals, rings, watches, art and prestige. In 2015, three of the most popular mobile phone manufacturers launched 3 models in rose gold. From there, not too long after, rose gold was viralised by social media as the color pattern of the year and of the following ones, taking a boom in weddings and fashion, becoming also the most popular colour of this decade. Rose gold is know for being a colour associated with class, and more socially accepted by both genders, than the color pink. There are different ways to include rose gold in the invitations. The most economical way to incorporate it is using digital printing (which does not print metallics, nor rose gold) combined with papers or accents in rose gold. One of the papers that most resembles rose gold is is the glitter one, with a magnificent shine. The second rose gold paper, is the foil mirror coated paper, laminated with rose gold. Both are not printable, but they look great used as bellybands, backing cards or laser cut cards. The other alternative, less economical but with excellent finished, is the technology of hot printed rose gold foil in a simple invitation or in conjunction with the idea exposed before.