Industrial yet elegant copper can be the perfect metallic accent for your wedding’s colour palette.
We love a hint of sparkle, and whilst gold or silver may be ultra luxurious, we think copper holds a little more depth of personality. It can be dressed up, sitting beautifully with marble, or toned down and distressed to give your boho or warehouse wedding that extra edge. It can be teamed with peach for softness, or give a deep plum and navy palette a shining lift. Copper sits against pure, clean white just as well as grey or charcoal and its versatility make it a fabulous choice. Copper compliments lush greenery, the contrast of natural and industrial making floral décor pop, but also looks stunning splashed over cakes and stationery as well.
We’ve collected some of our favourite copper looks to give you some inspiration for incorporating it into your wedding palette.
A flash of copper inside the envelope gives your guests the first taste of your colour palette. Image: EYI Love
…or why not go for it with copper inside and out? Image: 4lovepolkadots
Tarnished and worn copper makes beautiful authentic decor. Image: Dawn Charles
Copper’s cute in winter, keeping cosy with warm drinks and fluffy textures. Image: Singler Photography
Keep it clean with fresh tables and animal vibe. Pink crystals and blush accents work perfectly with copper. Image: Bai & Elle
Marble and copper are a gorgeous pairing. Bring some luxury with a bold copper charger.
Hints of copper continue the theme through the cake – beautiful copper leaf and copper base boards fit with your palette without overwhelming. Image: Agnes Black Photography
Spraying natural foliage gives a gorgeous contrast of natural and industrial. Image: Debbie Lourens
Add a hint of copper to your bouquet with an elegant ribbon. Image: Agnes Black Photography
Soften geometric shapes, with natural flowers for bursts of colour. Image: Sarah Eubanks
Copper chairs are the perfect industrial addition to your ceremony and add lovely character to the setting. Image: Alison Conklin
Clean white makes copper shine. Chandeliers and an accent decor piece add the colour to a white setting. Image: Debbie Lourens