Who doesn’t want to feel like a star on their wedding day? Celestial wedding inspiration can be an excuse to bring metallics into your decor. Sparkly silver cake pops become little globe-like planets and star-like accessories make elegant bridal wear. Navy and forest green complement both gold and silver so well and can save a metallic colour scheme from verging on gaudy- another good way to avoid this is by using antique-style decor elements like the globe below which can bring a vintage feel to your theme: think old-gold rather than ultra-bling. I love the Caroline Hererra Constellation gown below with the little star perched on the belt. Star-like daisies make a lovely addition to your flowers like these boutonnieres, and a hint of blush or peach is no harm to bring some warmth into this wedding palette. Create an astral atmosphere by arranging string lights over the dance floor and have your guests dance under the stars!
I’m in love with these whimsical celestial wedding invitations from Ladyfingers Letterpress, they have such an elegant Old World feel. Here’s the full set:
Images: Daisy Boutonnieres: Elizabeth Messina via Once Wed | Caroline Herrera Constellation Gown: The Terrier and Lobster | Silver Cake Pops: Sweet Lauren Cakes | Crystal Art Deco Bridal Cap: Willow Moon on Etsy | Star Hair Pins: Martha Stewart Weddings | Starry String Lights: Glamour | Celestial Belt: Nasty Gal | Globe: The Design Observer Group | Celestial Wedding Invitations: Ladyfingers Letterpress