A starry night wedding theme is a wonderful way to make your wedding day truly sparkle. From venues and decorations to color palettes and photo ideas, we at Peerspace have a few tips to make your big day absolutely perfect!
Tip #1: Discover your dream venue on Peerspace
One of the first decisions you’ll want to make when planning your starry night wedding is where you would like to have your wedding celebration.
On Peerspace, the perfect venue is only a few clicks away! Begin your search by entering your location on Peerspace’s wedding page. From there, you can narrow your search down by specific keywords, the number of guests, price ranges, and more.
Here are a few wonderful spaces perfect for a starry night wedding theme:
The “Under the Stars” ballroom in this gorgeous Miami venue fits beautifully with a starry night wedding theme! The stunning ceiling lights are what really give this space its starry night feel and can be intensified during reception dances by dimming the lighting. The ballroom has enough room for 600 guests sitting or 1,000 standing.
However, that’s just the beginning of the space you’ll find in this venue. This Peerspace also offers open areas for receptions and cocktails, a beautiful outside garden for ceremonies, auditorium space, and more!
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Seductive, stylish, and oh such starry vibes! We love the idea of using this Hollywood-based French noir event space for your starry night wedding venue.
“The inspiration was to create a space that transcends the ephemeral trend-driven event experience and replace it with something new, yet classic,” says the Peerspace host. “[It has] a seductive French noir aesthetic that fills you with a mix of both warmth and wonder but also with a thrill of something exotic; something unknown”. This space will almost make you feel as though you’ve traveled to see the stars yourself!
The ceiling drapes, the dimmable lighting, and the seven projectors make this Atlanta, Georgia venue absolutely ideal for a starry night wedding!
This nearly 6,000 square foot space can host up to 250 guests and offers projection mapping for an additional cost.
You and your wedding guests can enjoy the stars all night long in this gorgeous wedding venue in Trout Lake, Washington. The beautiful timber-framed structure on the property is a perfect open-air venue to enjoy the night, the stars, and the company of all your guests.
At the end of the night, your guests can stare up at the stars from their glamping tents. Meanwhile, you and your beloved can enjoy the sparkling night sky through the windows of the luxurious farmhouse!
Just south of Portland, Oregon you can escape to a rural wedding venue that leaves you feeling closer to the stars than you feel to the city!
The Five Oaks Farm boasts six gorgeous acres of event space and gardens. It also offers access to a newly renovated farmhouse, a beautiful rustic barn, and a large bonfire pit. There’s plenty of room for pitching a tent and camping out under the stars after your dream event.
Tip #2: Set up a starry night photo wall
No matter where you choose to have your wedding, a photo wall for your guests to take pics in front of is a fun way to show off your starry night wedding theme.
You can choose a photo wall that looks like Van Gogh’s “Starry Night” or even a photo backdrop that mimics a beautiful night sky if you are having an indoor wedding!
How do you let your guests know all about your theme long before the wedding? With fun, starry night themed wedding invitations and “Save the Dates” of course!
This Las Vegas, Nevada venue would be absolutely perfect for taking your engagement photos to put on your Save the Dates. Then, design classy wedding invitations in dark blue, with glitter or sparkling accents!
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Even if the stars aren’t out yet, that doesn’t mean you can’t give your wedding some amazing starry night vibes. There are tons of great lighting options to make your starry night wedding theme pop. For instance, we love the hanging lights at this Escondido, California venue!
Lanterns, string lighting, and even outdoor chandelier lighting can also be beautiful ways to make your venue shine before the stars make their appearance.
Tip #5: Decorate and dress in deep blue shades
Navy blue is a classic wedding color that’s a fantastic pick for a starry night themed wedding! Blue traditionally symbolizes love, faithfulness, and purity. It can also be beautifully paired with accents of yellow, gold, white and gray — all of which will only further enhance your starry night look!