WEDDING DECORATION---Chair ribbon sash (2)
Chair cover is an excellent way of making chairs more formal and dressed up; however, you can still increase the glamour factor of these chair covers through the use of a chair ribbon sash. Chair ribbon sash varies in fabrics and styles. So if you are in a position to dress up your chair and even want to make a “wow” factor among your guests, maybe you should keep reading.
Fabric strips and sashes can be used much like bows can. Having a band of draped fabric on the back of a chair in a different color can add a classy look to wedding chair covers. Cut a wide length of fabric in a color or pattern that suits your theme and drape it gently from the chair back or tie it in a neat band in a ruffled or pleated effect. Instead, 2 toned materials could be pulled in a diagonal sweep across the chair.
The traditional style features the bow or knotted bow detail. It is more often than not crafted by satin, organza or silk materials. You can choose the color according to your wedding theme. And it is easy to handle and time saving. Even if you are going for a budget wedding, it could be an optimal choice.
Draw attention to the bride and grooms seats by adding their initials to the covers or sashes in embroidered letters. Personalize each chair with the name of the guest assigned to that seat. This will create a more contemporary reception look as your tables can be less cluttered; just fasten your place name tags to the backs of chairs. Ensure you use a bold color and clear writing so that guests can find their place setting without difficulty.
Eco-friendly theme wedding has been increasingly popular in these years. More and more young couples trend to get close to nature for their big day. And the flowers , used as decor on the backs of your wedding chair covers, would definitely add a dash of color. Flowers that match in with the center pieces could be slipped into chair bows or sashes. Otherwise, ask your florist about making flower chair backs to co-ordinate with your floral table centers. If your budget does not stretch to a floral garland for each guest, then just trim the chairs at your head table. Otherwise, you may wish to think about using artificial flowers. Rather than garlands you could use little posies and hang them from the chairs with ribbons. Attaching a single flower to the side of the chair with a decorative ribbon is a much understated way to style an informal wedding.