When it comes to where your guests sit their tushies on your wedding day, why should you bench your ideas? Believe it or not, the chairs you use in your reception can spice up your party or extend your style!
The theme is clearly rustic, sticks to a smart and snappy color palette of turquoise and buttery gold, and is furnished with damask details and crystal accessories. It’s almost like we could all pack our bags and go glamping together. (Really, dear Yentas, is there any other kind of camping? Oy vey.) (Confession of the day: I’ve never been camping — surprise surprise. I don’t go anywhere where I can’t plug in my flat iron. Ya hear?).
OK, so back to the chairs. Here’s what I love: because there is a clear style, it’s completely okay — and flippin’ adorable! — to have mismatched chairs. Are they really mismatched? Well, they’re all different styles, so it appears that the answer would be yes, but upon further inspection, they all come from the same family. They are white. They are wooden. They are laced with ornate detail. So while they are each different, they are like cousins. And cousins are family. So consider the chairs at this styled shoot to be co-mingling at the 2012 Glamping Family Reunion.
Moral of the story: lace a theme throughout your mismatched chairs and overall wedding style. It’s okay to spice up the party with some texture and make the chairs fraternal instead of identical. If you’re planning this ever-popular-for-good-reason rustic/chic/vintage/glam wedding reception, then this is how you do it.