Post # 1
It’s an outdoor brunch reception…so daylight.
Here’s the venue and some pictures of the different chair styles (found online)
Venue (tables will be covered with white table cloths and a charcoal runner):
chairs uncovered with flat sash
Chairs UNCOVERED with bow
Chairs covered with flat sash (bottom 2 photos)
Chairs covered with bow (bottom 2)
Post # 3
I would actually go with no covers or sashes, but I like the bow better than the flat.
Post # 4
- Wedding: May 2013 - Walt Disney World
I like the chairs that are with the venue…no cover, no sash/bow!
Post # 5
@JenGirl: thanks for the reply. sashes are definitely in though 😉
Post # 6
@lawbride88: If you are using the white garden chairs, you could tie the sashes vertically for a different look! I personally like the ties without the bows.
Post # 7
@kalixti: They’re not organza…so i don’t think that look would work. I thought about it though.
Post # 8
@lawbride88: Even if your chair ties aren’t organza, you can still do the vertical tie and have it look very nice! Good luck!
Post # 9
I personally hate nothing more than chair covers… the chairs aren’t ugly enough to need to be covered anyway. and I prefer the sashes without the bows 🙂
Post # 10
My preference would be no covers or sashes, but if you must have a sash I agree with
@kalixti: ‘s suggestion to do something different.
Post # 11
defs no covers– the chairs have a pretty structure and they are neutral wedding white but I like both bows and flat sashes 😀
Post # 12
Uncovered please! I didn’t realize how much I didn’t like chair covers till this post actually. And I do like tying the ribbon the way kalixti suggested 🙂
Post # 13
I dont like covers at all for a daytime outdoor wedding.
Post # 15
I like the venue’s chairs all on their own…
Post # 16
I didn’t vote because there was no option for “leave the chairs uncovered, without any bows or sashes”
The chairs are really nice, and you don’t need to cover them up. Putting fabric/bows/sashes on them will make them look worse, rather than better In My Humble Opinion.