Navy Blue and Copper Fall Wedding Extravaganza {Starry Night}


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Before I even get into the details of
this week’s event design, I’d like to set something straight:
Not all Fall weddings have the be
country or rustic autumn themed!
You can use the warm colors of the
fall season in a glamorous and luxurious setting.
This week’s event design was inspired
by the beautiful night sky. Shades of dark blue, with twinkling stars, a touch
of beautiful copper and white accents are the colors for this week’s event.
Navy Blue and Copper Fall Wedding Extravaganza {Starry Night}

The elegant blue and copper invitations
featured are from
. I designed the digital rendering of the basic table in an
online program. The chairs did not turn out quite as “copper-y” as I’d like,
but you get the jist of it! In my mind I am envisioning a beautiful dark blue
satin tablecloth, with crisp white linens in a beautiful fold, with copper
fabric accents on the chairs. The fine china pictured is made by The Charter
, which would ideally be finished in a shimmery copper paint, are
shared by The Knot. Doubling as an added element to the beautiful tables, and a
favor, each place setting would have a hand painted (and perhaps even dated and
personalized) with a
night ornament
. You can find those in my Etsy
store by clicking here

The sparkly and gathered, copper special
occasion linens would make for a gorgeous photo backdrop for guests. The linen image
was shared by J.I.F Linens. As guests are
enjoying the wedding reception, they can sign the lovely copper and ivory guest
book by LoveNotes
on Etsy.  On the same table as the
guestbook, and perhaps the gift table, little succulent sculptures in beautiful
copper finishes would decorate the tabletops. These succulent sculptures are
made by Waterstone
As guests enter the reception area for
this wedding, I would want two things to happen:  for them to be blown away by flourishing, tall
centerpieces, and to be handed a signature drink. In this week’s event design,
I have included two flower inspirations. One from the infamous Preston
, and the other (with the tall calla lilies) from My
Little Flower Shop
.  A combination of
the two designs, or variations at different heights would make for a
breathtaking room. And while guests are taking in the beautiful room, they will
be sipping on this signature Polar
Bear Martini
, shared by Girly Drinks.
While the night continues, the
switching on of a beautiful star projecting throughout the room, or at least
the dance floor takes the event to a whole other level. You can have a
professional lighting expert do this for you, or you could buy something
similar online.
At an event like this, you can’t JUST
have cake.  Lots of desserts and flavors
are a must. The copper marbled cake pops featured are made by The Pint Sized Baker.  And to add a different flavor and design,
check out the white with blue filling cake pops by These Peas
Are Hallow
And of course, the highlight of the
party, the wedding cake! The art
cake featured in this event is by Jan Kish of La Petite Fleur.   Little copper
favor boxes made by Lillywiggins
filled with the shimmery copper espresso macaroon cookies by LeBonbonLA
are a delightful treat for gusts to bring home for the evening.
The Sparkle Queen Events

This event is designed by The Sparkle
Queen Events. Image sources are 
hyper-linked in the text for easier

As with all Sparkle Queen Events, I
want to inspire you to make your event extra special. While many of the items I
include in my event designs are tutorials, recipes, or handmade, use your
imagination! Sometimes you can’t make everything yourself, or you can make
things that you could buy, but the key is to find the right balance for your
event and strive to make it exceptional! 

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