Organza, taffeta, satin, oh my; wedding chair covers come in a selection of fabrics, but match might be the bigger concern. The kind of chairs you utilize for the event aren’t always regular size. However, some chair covers offer various fits to create planning your event less stressful.
Fit and Independence
Some banquet seats have elaborately high backs. Others have low backs, like folding seats, or wrap arms, such as captain’s seats, which the groom and bride might utilize. Often, such specialty seats require particularly sized covers. Standard chair covers fit a number of more standard-sized seats, like basic dining seats, spoon back seats and curved top seats. More versatile covers include those made of elastic polyurethane cloths, which stretch to match various common and uncommon sized or shaped chairs. Tuck and pin looser fabrics into place to custom-fit the covers into their seats.
Covering The Options
Use a sash alone on attractive seats, like charming antique seats, or to cinch in or up the chair cover’s length on less attractive ones. Simple chair-back covers match many different seats and look great in photos, especially if they’re floor length — and the chair seats are covered by guests’ bottoms. Depending upon your finances, it may be better to choose the more expensive lease or purchase item — likely the chair — before selecting its ornamental mate.