Embrace the Popular Rose Gold Theme for the Festive Season
The rose gold trend has been taking over stores across the UK this year. Whether it’s been home décor, fashion, beauty products or even technology, rose gold is everywhere and consumers are loving it! This pink hued-gold has also been making its way into the partyware world, and we think it’s the perfect colour scheme for festive parties to end 2017.
For stylish Christmas parties
Gold is a colour commonly associated with Christmas, providing a warm glow that’s perfect for setting the festive mood. However, rose gold provides a stylish twist on this traditional tone without losing the cosy Christmas vibes.
As the party season draws closer, consumers will be looking for the most popular themes to complete their merriments and impress their guests with stunning partyware. The rose gold trend is showing no signs of slowing down, so why not incorporate some rose gold party supplies in your store for customers to choose from? We recommend you pick up some of these partyware pieces in a rose gold hue:
- Paper decorations
- Table confetti
This shade would look gorgeous shimmering underneath bright Christmas lights, making it the ideal addition to any Christmas party.
New Year glam
New Year celebrations are often decked out with shiny decorations and rose gold ticks all the boxes for a glam New Year bash, meaning it’ll be in high demand. To really appeal to fans of this trend whilst maximising your margins, why not offer rose gold numeral super shapes so customers can spell out ‘2018’? This would make a fantastic background for photos or a fun backdrop.
Rose gold has made a huge impact on retail, with major stores filling their shelves with products in this shade. No wonder it’s become so popular this year! If you’re a savvy retailer looking to make the most of this lucrative trend whilst it’s still hot, make sure to include rose gold partyware in your Christmas and New Year ranges.
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