Post # 1
Here is where our ceremony is (onsite)…a converted carriage house. The chairs are pretty sturdy but heavy plastic…this pic is from the back of the room, we stand under the arch by the doors. Anyway:
Do you think I need chair covers, leave them, or maybe put ties on the backs? Other suggestions are welcome!
Please keep in mind that the ceremony is only 30 minutes, guests arrive up to 30 minutes before that and are served champagne to sip so maybe they won’t even care!
closer look (with random bride and groom taken from my venue’s Facebook page!):
Post # 3
Very pretty! 🙂
I think all the white looks very nice, especially with the white runner for the aisle. There’s enough to look at around the room, it has character. I don’t think it needs anything added (although if you do add something to the back of the chairs in the aisle, it would still look great.)
Post # 4
I hate chair covers unless the chairs are really heinous and covering them is the lesser evil. But there’s nothing wrong with those chairs! Leave them plain.
Post # 6
I like those chairs! I wouldn’t waste money covering them up with anything except an aisle treatment if you wanted.
Post # 8
The chairs are simple yet beautiful as is… however if your not sure… maybe buy some tulle from a fabric store and drape it off the back for some eye appeal
Post # 9
My vote is no…. It’s beautiful just like it is!
Post # 11
I like as is! I wish my chairs were that pretty!
Post # 12
Don’t cover those pretty chairs. If you really think they need something than use simple ribbon or tulle – but I don’t think it is needed. They are great – Lucky you
Post # 13
Thank you everyone, I think it’s pretty clear–one less thing to worry about! (and pay for…)
Post # 14
I love the chairs as is. I think they are MUCH nicer as is than they would be with chair covers (although I might be biased because I hate chair covers!) Beautiful venue 🙂
Post # 15
Ditto PP, it’s not necessory at all!!! Love the venue 😉
Post # 16
I love the chairs! And the venue!!