Five Added Touches

Five Added Touches

… to make your wedding look even better! 

It might not seem like much but adding skirts and chair covers at your wedding reception or walk down the aisle can make the hugest difference in the appearance at your wedding. So I pulled 5 wonderful ideas from one of our favorite local wedding rental shops, ‘All West Weddings’, to help you decide what you want your wedding décor to look like. If at any time you’d like to know pricing for these items, CLICK the pictures as they are linked to each designated page on All West Wedding Rentals website. 

Elegant touches as you walk down the aisle. Look at how the whole room appears so bright and elegant as opposed to if you just had the regular chairs without the covers. It makes all the Victorian styles drapes, ceiling, and walls really stand out.

A touch of gold for a rustic feel really adds to your table if you want to go for a woodsier feel, or add to a fall styled wedding. These gold Chiavari Chairs with the white cushion seat match with the rest of the table centerpieces.

How could you possibly go wrong with a sheer bow tied around your chairs? It’s an affordable way to add to your table and it really looks like you put more effort into it. This setting in the picture is beautiful. With the bows, gold, and red table setting you can tell right away this is a Christmas themed wedding.

Give your table a POP of color by remaining simple with the silver bow and center cloth but add a statement by picking a bright napkin for all your place settings. I love how the napkins are put into the wine glasses. What a cute idea!

Last but not least; forget about the tablecloths altogether and have a solid pine harvest table for your summer or fall outdoor wedding. The pine makes any sort of flower or plants stand right out. All this green gives you an earthy feel.

  • Megan McColman
Disclaimer: We do not own the rights to any of these pictures, everything was simply borrowed from All West Wedding Rentals. For more information, please visit their website: