It’s Waterford Wednesday!
Today is a “1 Product, 3 Ways” post all about our chiavari chairs! If you’ve been reading the blog or follow along on social media, you know that we got our beautiful gold chiavari chairs in March, and that we also have white chiavari chairs on site at The Water Table! To say we are OBSESSED with these chairs is a complete understatement, and today we’re excited to show you a few different ways that they can be utilized at your event!

Ceremony Seating3_Portraits_andmoredetails-0048Elizabeth Henson Photos

One of the most popular ways to utilize chiavari chairs is for ceremony seating! Oftentimes, brides are so concerned about their reception area that they forget all about the importance of ceremony seating. Chiavari chairs are an easy way to ensure that your ceremony setup will be uniformed AND beautiful. Plus, the ceremony is a portion of your wedding where a lot of your photos will be taken, so you want nice looking chairs that will give off a polished look in photos!

Reception Seating
Luke & Ashley Photography

There are so many different options when it comes to reception area seating, but chiavari chairs are definitely becoming the most popular choice! They give a classic and overall brighter look to the area as a whole! Chiavari chairs are an excellent option for those that want to use simple linens, yet want their area to feel elegant and upscale!

Chiffon Weave

Chivari chairs are beautiful standing alone, but adding weaved chiffon sashes creates such an elegant and romantic look! The sheer, lightweight fabric of chiffon hangs perfectly on chivari chairs while the weaving pattern creates a unique and different style! We love how the weaved chiffon in this photo by Elizabeth Henson was used to differentiate the bride and grooms chairs from the rest!

Also, don’t forget about our limited time special on chiavari chairs!!
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