A great way to vamp up wedding receptions is to cover the chairs with something beautiful, something that is in connected with the overall theme of the wedding. Covering the chairs would instantly make the atmosphere classy and fun. It’ll also help keep the party mood of the area. To keep your creativity flowing, here are some stylish wedding chair covers which you can copy or buy from wedding shops.
Perfect for glamorous wedding, silk covers add an instant oomph to the wedding hall. They are practically used in hotels and other covered wedding spaces. Add some orchids to the back and that makes the look perfect. If you want to add some chair labels, you can do so by wiring out letters and covering them in beaded pearls.
Simple Back-Tied Covers
If you want to tone it down, you can just tie a cloth on the back of the chair. You can use two different cloth to break the monotony. Also, you can add a flower on the tied portion to make it look classier. Use simple medium-sized flowers like daisies so that it could cover the tied knot.
For a fun and modern effect, you could tie colors of different hues at the back of the chair. Arrange the strings from darkest to lightest. Allot 5 strings for each hue so that it can cover the entire length of the back of the chair. The number of strings can depend on you. You can bring all the tied part at the back to make a ruffled effect.
Worded Cloth Covers
Book lovers and literature enthusiast would surely go gaga over these worded cloths. Have the proposal of Mr. Darcy printed on a cloth and make it as a cover for your wedding chair. It’s simply romantic and amorous. And because it’s plain, you need to have bold and colorful accents on your table such as a dark-colored table cloth and bright centerpiece flowers.
It’s not only your bridesmaids’ dresses that can be ruffled. Your chair covers can be ruffled on the bottom too. Have a sheer cloth cover the top of the back of the chair and let a second filmy cloth tied on the back. The cloth should have ruffled ends to achieve a sweet look when it’s already tied up.