Wedding 10: Enchanted Chiavari Covers

June 28, 2011

I'd love to make these chair cover for my wedding. Via Ariel Yve.

Seems simple enough. Just two pieces of sheer pink sewn together and slipped over the back with long lines of circle ruffles (which you can buy precut) knotted at the bottom of the sheer fabric and hanging down. 

But if you made your own circle ruffles you wouldn't have to hem the edges since they'd all be cut on the bias. You might need some no fray spray depending on the fabric but I think that would be enough. If you bought nylon chiffon you definitely wouldn't need to worry about fray.

8 {comments}:

Cristiana Ribeiro said... Best Blogger Tips

So beautiful :)

Katie Elizabeth said... Best Blogger Tips

Now that's a fancy wedding table. I love this... even more so because it's pink ;)

xo katie elizabeth

Jaclyn | One Thousand Oaks said... Best Blogger Tips

Oh wow these are amazing!! I am getting married in October. We are having Chiavari chairs at our reception! This would be a great addition to our sweetheart table for the Bride and Groom Chairs!! We are doing fall colors so I am thinking Brown and Gold? or maybe a deep Burgundy? yay! I will have to go browse the fabric section at Joannes now! =)

madison avenue said... Best Blogger Tips

that is SO pretty!! my favorite part is the chairs! i think i might use this idea at my wedding. thanks for the inspiration :)

kelly said... Best Blogger Tips

beautiful! however, men would NOT like to sit in these chairs.

Anonymous said... Best Blogger Tips

I LOVE your website! In this post, you mentioned that pre-cut "long lines of circle ruffles" could be purchase, but I have no idea where I might find this. I did a google search, but did not find an online store that sold it. Would you be able to recommend a store/website where I could purchase these? Thanks so much!

Ariel Yve said... Best Blogger Tips

This table setting is actually my design. It is so nice to see all of the lovely comments. Thank you all for liking my work!

-Ariel Yve, MBC

Grosgrain said... Best Blogger Tips

@Ariel YveAriel, it IS lovely! Thank you for giving me the correct source. I included it in the first paragraph.

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