Chair Cover Ideas Part II
Chair Cover Ideas Part II. The chairs at your wedding may seem like a small detail, but their look can be quite impactful. If you’re not crazy about your options, find a chair that’s comfortable and cover it with something beautiful! For a beach wedding, these fluttery blush and white chair covers are a must! They remarkably complement not only the location but the wedding colors, too.
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To soften the look of the venue, these dark chairs are covered with simple white fabric woven between the backs. They echo and continue the look of the white table linens.
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You can take an antique chair with an interesting back and cover it with white fabric from top to bottom. Tie it with an ivory ribbon for a seamless and romantic look.
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For an antique touch, choosing a lace chair cover is an ingenious idea. Using a chivari chair underneath lets the lace detail shine.
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Instead of covering the entire chair, use two panels of white tulle and tie them around the chair for a touch of wedding elegance. To make it look cohesive with your table, insert a sprig of your wedding flower of choice in the back.
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Don’t shy away from the impact a pattern can have, as well. For the nautical wedding, a navy and white striped fabric on the back row of your ceremony chairs is perfect. You can incorporate any pattern that best exudes the look of your day, like black and white damask or even a colorful ombre.
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If your wedding has a metallic vibe, incorporating sequined fabric on the backs of gold chivari chairs really amps up the glamour factor. Add a white floral touch to break up the tones and soften the look.
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As long as you’ve got a chair and some fabric, there are endless possibilities. Think about your ceremony and reception and imagine how you can carry that look into the chairs from which you and your guests will view the event. Give them the best seat in the house.