Post # 1
We have a majestic rainbow colour scheme coupled with a Paris theme so I was originally looking to get multi-coloured chair sashes, but no one in my city sells them! Apparently, they’re “out” and other than a basic white, ivory or black no vendors even carry them.
I have real rainbow roses in place for the outide chairs during the ceremony and am wondering if I should just have them placed on ALL chairs? They’re quite expensive ($15/chair) each, but I can’t seem to find another alternative that isn’t a lot cheaper. I’ve found some ribbon ideas I like, but they end up costing $75-100 less after taxes, duty (Oh, Canada), shipping, etc. so I’m torn.
How are you decorating your… CHAIRS?
Post # 2
Chairs are decorated by the family and friends that sit in them. 🙂
Post # 3
This is how we decorated out chairs for the recpetion
Post # 4
Also, how we did the chairs for the outside. We have them first, middle and last rows
Post # 5
For the ceremony I’m going to put a small floral decoration on each of the end chairs (facing the aisle)
Nothing on the reception chairs, table decorations are enough.
Post # 6
- Wedding: October 2016 - pier 5 hotel
where did you get your bows?
Post # 7
We aren’t decorating our reception chairs. Our venue has nice enough chairs and I don’t like the look of chair covers (even with sashes). At this stage, we’re just planning to place something on the end chairs (facing the aisle) of the first two rows at our ceremony to indicate that those rows are reserved. I’m thinking about tying a ribbon on the chair – we’re lining the aisle with rose petals, so I think that flowers will be overkill.
Post # 8
- Wedding: May 2017 - Ocean front
May put little white sea shells on bottom of jars too….
Post # 9
We had simple white chair covers because the chairs of the venue were unattractive, because I don’t really love the look of sashes and also it was the last priority of the budget we did nothing else to the chairs. In my ideal world the chairs would’ve been beautiful in themselves and required no chair cover and no decoration though real flowers attached to the top back of the chairs would’ve been my choice if budget was of no issue!
Post # 10
We’re spending $2K for chiavari chairs because I like the way they look as is…we won’t be doing anything further with them.
For the bridal party tables, we’re attaching bows…
And for our sweetheart table…
Post # 11
We had lily pomanders by the outside chairs at our ceremony and then fuchsia covers at our reception.