Here at Dreams Venue Dressing one of the main parts of the business is hiring of chair covers. Over the years I have come across many different shapes and sizes of chairs and Im constantly updating my stock to make sure they are kept in pristine condition and also to ensure I have the correct size and shape of chair covers available.
The most popular are the polycotton chair covers which come in two shapes, round backed or square backed, pleated or non pleated. I tend to use mostly two or four pleated as I find they look better but on the really small chairs there is no need for pleats.
I also offer the lycra chair covers which fit every chair..unless they have arms in which case we offer chair hoods in a variety of colours.
My favourite and most visited venue, The Moat House Hotel in Stoke on Trent has a few different sized chairs as they have three main rooms available to host weddings, the largest is the ballroom which has small rounded backed chairs, the next is JW’s which has larger rounded backed chairs and lastly the Bentley/Granville rooms which use the largest square backed chairs, so as you can see even though they are all in the same venue there is often different sized chairs available so I always make sure I fit the correct chair covers to suit the size and shape of chair.
The other options available are the colour of the chairs covers. I currently have white, black and ivory but would be happy to supply
different colours to suit which may cost slightly more as I have them made to order but nothing is ever too much trouble.
Last but not least we also offer the sashes to go on the chair covers. Now these come in all colours, as shown, and I will do my upmost to match the colour you want as closely as possible. If it is a really unusual colour then we can put two sashes together to make the right colour, alteratively if you want something a little bit different we offer the double sash with an open bow to show off both individual colours or if you want to add a little sparkle to the chairs why not have the diamante butterfly or buckle in the centre of the bow.
The options are endless and they can be as simple or extravigant as you wish, just ask………