18+ Ways to Incorporate Copper Into Your Wedding

By: Ashley Zander

 

You’re looking for a luxury wedding & we’re here to help! Copper is classy and timeless and currently we’re seeing an increase in couples desires to incorporate it into their wedding.  It goes with almost any color and has the perfect amount of shine for couples who think gold is too bright and brass is too dull!  For some stunning inspiration, we’ve compiled pictures showing you some of the different ways that copper can be incorporated into your special day!

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Imagine the ooh’s and aah’s and oh wowww’s from your guests when they see a beautiful copper table setting at your reception!

Photo credit via: 100 Layer Cake 

Photo credit via: 100 Layer Cake 

Photo credit via: Green Wedding Shoes 

Photo credit via: Green Wedding Shoes 

Photo credit via: Amy & Jordan 

Photo credit via: Amy & Jordan 

Photo credit via: Inside Weddings 

Photo credit via: Inside Weddings 

These copper chargers will bring a whole new level of class to any garden wedding!

Photo credit via: Ruffled Blog 

Photo credit via: Ruffled Blog 

Copper Mugs...because who doesn’t love a good Moscow or Kentucky Mule? 

Photo credit via: Castle Farms 

Photo credit via: Castle Farms 

Having an alcohol-free wedding but still love the copper mug look? Use them for a hot chocolate bar or floats! 

Photo credit via: Glamour & Grace 

Photo credit via: Glamour & Grace 

How cute are these copper, hand-stamped cuff links? PERFECT for the grooms gift on the wedding day! 

Photo credit via: Compass Rose Design 

Photo credit via: Compass Rose Design 

We found these classic tie clips on Etsy! Great gifts for the Groomsmen and Father of the Bride/Groom!

Photo credit via: Etsy 

Photo credit via: Etsy 

Marble coasters with each guests name makes this wedding favor more personable.

Photo credit via: Ideal Wedding Ideas 

Photo credit via: Ideal Wedding Ideas 

Add a touch of copper to your decor with your table numbers and seating chart.

Photo credit via: Pinterest 

Photo credit via: Pinterest 

Photo credit via: Something Turquoise 

Photo credit via: Something Turquoise 

Photo credit via: Hey Wedding Lady 

Photo credit via: Hey Wedding Lady 

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Photo credit via: Wedding Chicks 

Photo credit via: Paper & Lace 

Photo credit via: Paper & Lace 

Photo credit via: Hey Wedding Lady 

Photo credit via: Hey Wedding Lady 

These card holders add a delicate touch of copper and can be used for escort cards or table numbers!

Photo credit via: Saffron Avenue 

Photo credit via: Saffron Avenue 

Copper drink containers scream warmth! Add these to your cool fall or winter wedding!

Photo credit via: Stonewood Vintage 

Photo credit via: Stonewood Vintage 

Copper votives are perfect for tea light candles and your baby succulents! 

Photo credit via: Afloral 

Photo credit via: Afloral 

Yes, please...we’ll take all the copper cakes!

Photo credit via: Confetti Daydreams 

Photo credit via: Confetti Daydreams 

Photo credit via: Junebug Weddings 

Photo credit via: Junebug Weddings 

Photo credit via: Strawberries & Co 

Photo credit via: Strawberries & Co 

Photo credit via: Glutto Digest 

Photo credit via: Glutto Digest 

Photo credit via: de la crème 

Photo credit via: de la crème 

No ceremony is complete without a little elegant decor...

Photo credit via: The Wedding of My Dreams 

Photo credit via: The Wedding of My Dreams 

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Photo credit via: Pinterest 

Photo credit via: Gold Leaf Floral 

Photo credit via: Gold Leaf Floral 

Photo credit via: Style Me Pretty 

Photo credit via: Style Me Pretty 

Simple copper piping from your local hardware store can be put to good use making beautiful sign holders!

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Of course, who can forget the fashion?! Little touches of copper will pull together your look perfectly! 

Photo credit via: Hi Miss Puff 

Photo credit via: Hi Miss Puff 

Photo credit via: Waterlily Weddings 

Photo credit via: Waterlily Weddings 

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