The aesthetical importance of props in a wedding setting cannot be emphasized enough. Only a wedding planner will be able to tell apart the effects two different chair covers cast on the entire décor of an event. Whether it is an outdoor wedding party or a grand event inside a historical cathedral, the furnishing style will always preside over the grandeur of the event.
A bow-style wedding chair cover differs from a lace-styled chair veil not just in fabric, but also in aesthetics that ordinary eyes can sense, but only the most observant eyes can make out. The covers are thus decided by the theme of the occasion so that the chair jackets compliment the magnificence of the wedding taking the beauty to the next level.
Let Colors Rule
People, who do not want their weddings to be mundane, fall back on colors to make the event piquant and stylish. A Moroccan theme can do justice to your inclination towards brilliance and vibrancy by bringing in a lot of flowers, candles and a mix-and-match of loud and mute colors in the décor. Beige chair covers with fuchsia bows matching the fuchsia floral décor woven with hot pink candles will naturally ameliorate and brighten up the setting. Even gold chair veils tucked with shocking pink bows will look equally grandiose. If you prefer not to harp on blind superstition, then you can use black chair covers and tie tangy orange sashes around them in bows to jazz up the décor.
Subtlety Parallels to Sophistication
Couples who prefer to keep it sober and subtle should try to equate the use of dark colors with that of the transparent shades. What can be a better way of showcasing your color tricks than trying it out on dressing the chairs that your guests will take a seat in? Solid white full-length chair jackets with translucent plum or pink bows look great for any wedding theme. However, if you are inclined towards a bit of embellishment, then try laceworks as nothing looks more aristocratic than them. Black lacework with sequins over white chair veils or a combination of crème chairs with violet sash brightens up any setting. Add a stone studded broche on the bow for a touch of elegance. The props on chess-board floor will look stunning, especially if it a conservatory wedding with the glass walls looking out to the adjoining garden, will look great.
Glazed or Matted Look
It’s the fabric that makes all the difference, regardless of the color you decide to dress up your wedding venue with. Satin chair covers give out a shiny look while the net ones have a flimsy, fancy look about them. Always choose two different fabrics for the chair cover and the sash as it brings out the effect better. Lace-worked and crocheted fabrics are several notches fashionable.