Post # 1
And would they look good on gold Chiavari chairs with ivory cushions?
I am a sucker for polka dots, but I don’t want them to lend an informal or rustic feel when everything else will be vintage/formal/gilded-looking. I also don’t want it to look juvenile. Thoughts?
Post # 4
I love it & it will look amazing on chivari chairs (dare I say, even parisian?)
Post # 5
@MrsSkeletonKey: I hadn’t really thought of that. So it may go better than I think!
I’m trying to stop waffling and just decide. I waffle about everything, unfortunately.:-(
Post # 6
Maybe get something in a gold sparkle to put in the middle, like a button or a brooch or something? I mean I know that can be expensive, and I think it would look fine without, but it would add a bit more “formality” to it if you feel like it
Post # 7
I like them, but I don’t know that I would like them on chivari chairs. Especially the gold chairs, they have such an elegant look, I feel like this makes it more casual
Post # 8
@EffieTrinket: Ahh, I feel your pain. I was the same way with my wedding..
I think it’s a perfectly formal look with perhaps just a little whimsy. Very Sex & The City Parisian-esque.
Post # 9
Sorry, but no. A gold chiavari chair is elegant. A chair bow is cute/fun/decorative. A chiavari chair AND a bow is bit muddled–save your money!
Post # 10
Gorgeous! I think they’ll look stunning!
Post # 11
I personally don’t think it being tied in a bow would look right ont he chairs.. but maybe tying them like one of these would look pretty.
Post # 13
Ok, I did a little Photoshopping to give a better idea. The sashes are 108″ long, so they will hang a lot lower than that. (I’m decent at Photoshop, but not to the point I could make those strings longer!)
What I would like about having some kind of sash (not necessarily these, but something) is that it will soften up the ceremony area. It’s all hard-looking/marble in there.
Post # 14
I think those are awesome! Plenty formal, in my opinion.