Post # 1
Does anybody know how to tie these tulle diaganol sashes onto chairs? The chairs that will be used for my ceremony look nearly identical. I would like to do the chairs on the aisle like in this picture. How much tulle would each chair need?
Post # 3
I would estimate about 2.5 yards per chair. Is there any way you can buy a few yards and a do a trial run on one chair so you don’t under- or over-estimate by too much? As far as tying, it looks to me like trying to tie a traditional bow with only one “bunny ear.” Just wrap the other end around and pull through to create one loop.
Post # 4
It looks fairly simple to me. I would do a practice run on a chair you have at home. It looks to me that you wrap the tulle around the chair, using the top corner as the secure part and tying a box at the opposite bottom corner. It makes a dramatic look that I rather like 🙂
Post # 5
I think a standard chair sash would work.
Post # 6
@pink tulips:I found out each chair takes two sashes. One gets wrapped around the shoulder of the shair. The second sash is the tail that hangs down. The sashes get tied together and fluffed up, using an elastic band. A flower can then be inserted into the elastic band. Count on have to use a pin to make sure the bottom aisle corner, where the bow and flower are, is securely on the chair
Post # 7
i also think a standard size would work. i used sashes at my ceremony and they just went around the normal way, but then there was more hanging down than i see in yours, so i think they were the same. see what i mean here?
Post # 8
@pink tulips: just saw your reply about the 2 sahses now, guess i was wrong then!
Post # 9
just wanted to mention the fabric is organza and not tulle.