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Curly Fabric Chair Covers

By: Hello Friday Events from Style Me Pretty
Curly Fabric Chair Covers
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When it comes to wedding seating ideas the chair is often abandoned or ignored. Give the chairs at your DIY wedding reception some love with these Curly Fabric Chair Covers. Tied to the top and draping down the back of the chair, this wedding project is sure to impress any guest when they take a seat at your reception. The flowing fabric adds an elegant touch to your tables. The cream color in the example looks stately, but you could choose a fabric that matches your color scheme instead.

Estimated Cost$31+

Time to CompleteIn an evening


Photograph by Loveridge Photography and Carissa Cady Photography

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This is such a simple and relatively inexpensive way to dress up your chairs. I love the dash of whimsy!

My partner and I are getting married on a glamping site and we are getting a marquee so we will be doing most the work ourselves- a little scary! I am not mad on the hotel bows they put on chairs I think this is a stunning alternative to that style, I can't wait to give this a trial run!

These chair covers are nothing short of stunning! Wow! These are so unique and I've seen nothing like these at the weddings I've been to. I definitely want to make these for my wedding for the bridal table!

This is a very pretty look and would be fine for a very small reception, unless ou had access to fabric at a discount. You could opt for a less full look, or use fluffier fabric like tulle to get the same effect with less yardage. Another option would be to add a huge bow over the top to create layers look over the drape that is already there to secure it to the chair. Very elegant and nice idea! Thanks for sharing!


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