Wedding Chair Covers
Add a touch of glamour and elegance to your ceremony and reception with beautiful chair covers and bows that will transform even the simplest of seating. You can also turn a blank canvas marquee into a fabulous, eye-catching room with a pop of colour through chair covers.
Your wedding venue will often have recommended suppliers for chair covers, but you should do your research on Pinterest and Instagram to see exactly what style you like. We’ve found a list of the best wedding chair cover specialists in the UK who all have plenty of designs, colours and styles for you to pick from. You should speak to them in advance of your wedding to ensure that they can cater for your exact requirements and size of your wedding.
It would also be good to meet your wedding stylist or chair cover supplier face-to-face so that you can feel the quality of their covers and choose an exact colour to match the rest of your wedding colour scheme. And, if you’re getting married in one room but having your reception in another, consider hiring different chair covers so that both looks are different. Or, double up and have your venue transfer the chairs from one room to another in order to save money!
How Much Do Chair Covers Cost for a Wedding?
Since you’re unlikely to use 100 chair covers again, it’s much more eco-friendly to rent your covers instead of buying them.
You can rent a basic wedding chair cover from 99p and both a cover and chair sash from £2. For 100 chairs, you’re looking at a minimum of £100, which increases as you choose more expensive fabrics and styles.
What Types of Chair Covers Are There?
The most common type of chair cover is a lycra or cotton cover that fits snugly over the chair to turn it into a different colour. However, these full covers have fallen out of favour somewhat, with sashes and bows becoming much more common.
These bows and sashes can be tied around most styles of chair and come in lots of different fabrics to match your theme. We love satin, velvet and organza for an elegant look, while hessian and linen add a rustic edge to your wedding.