Mr. Caro and I will be celebrating our wedding in a converted church. It took us a while to find the right ceremony venue but we are very happy about our final choice: we think this church has a great intimate vibe and it fits our style perfectly.
The only thing I do not like about it is”¦ the transparent chairs”¦
Don’t get me wrong: I think transparent chairs look really chic and cool in the right ambiance! I just don’t think the intimate and historic atmosphere of the church fits well with those stylish contemporary chairs for our wedding”¦
Renting new chairs or chair covers is out of the question. I don’t dislike those chairs so much to be able to justify spending money on them. However if I could find an easy and cheap way to make them look just a bit nicer, that would be great!! Do you have any ideas on how those chairs could be decorated to help them fit better in the church for a more rustic wedding vibe? Or do you think they look nice, and I’m over-thinking it?
And as quid pro quo, here is a selection of my personal favorites when it comes to chair decor. Unfortunately none of these ideas fit the form of the chairs above, but I hope you can find them useful!
Image 1: Shipwrecked wedding photo shoot by Canvas and Canopy Events, photographed by Elizabeth Messina, via Green Wedding Shoes; Image 2: Engagement session by Tonya Joy Photography and Kristina Kendig Design via Forget Me Knot Weddings; Image 3: Chair with satin ribbon via This is Glamorous; Image 4: Wedding programs chair decor via Martha Stewart Weddings; Image 5: Paper and Old Books photo shoot decor by Outstanding Occasions, photographed by Milena Sefferovich via Green Wedding Shoes; Image 6: by All Things Lovely; Image 7: Vintage inspired photo shoot by Simply and Forever, photographer by Untamed Heart Photography, via Elizabeth Anne Designs