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Try a sleek chair cap at your wedding reception

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Want to dress up the chiavari chairs at your wedding reception but the chair sash seems too expected and a full chair cover seems too extreme? The chair cap is an ideal way to add interest to this beautiful chair while still honoring its sleek lines.

Just today a wedding planner called all the way to Houston from Florida inspired to create something unique for her December bride. The bride wants something soft, a little bit of bling and a whole lot of sophistication. A custom made chair cap from Linen Queen Design Works fits the bill.

Everything from pearls, beads, crystals, feathers, sequins, and faux fur can be used to accent chair caps. Festive, traditional, glitzy or contemporary wedding themes can all benefit from chair caps. To make it easy for clients to make these choices on their own, we’ve added a page on the website to allow our wedding planners, brides and the curious to take a crack at designing and pricing their own chair caps. It’s an easy three step process:

  1. Choose the fabric for the chair cap
  2. Choose the trim
  3. Choose an optional ribbon finish

If you’re serious about owning glorious chair décor, there’s even a form to submit to request more information.

Consider chair caps. We think they are the perfect accent to your wedding décor.

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