Black chair covers are still a relatively new thing found at weddings, it goes back to the age old theory that black is for funerals and white is for weddings, however we are slowly noticing a small step change which is rebutting that theory and we LOVE IT!

ITS BOLD, ITS Fabulous, Its Striking its Black! and it can really create a stunning decor choice for your big day or event.

We have black stretch chair covers which are fabulous for fitting a multitude of chairs without arms, creating a seamless tidy finish for any party.

Like the popular white chair covers stretch covers create clean lines and easily creates a tidy room to begin working..

Black chair covers have been used for many event around here including a vegas charity party held at Bromley Court Hotel

black and red chair covers

We find for an ultimate “wow” look it is best to add a taffeta sash when working with black chair covers due to the large contrast of colours..

black chair cover gold sash

Our Taffeta range is immense featuring the popular colours such as white, ivory, purples, blues, blacks, pinks reds.. the entire spectrum!

If Taffeta is not your choice then Organza is still an option with us..

black and purple chair covers wedding

For this particular charity event we provided our black chair covers with 400 purple organza sashes to create spectacular this look!

More recently we have launched our new dancefloors which come in white and black so for this wedding it was a perfect time to launch the black LED starlight dance floor… (more to come on that later this month)

black starlight dancefloor

The decor consisted of pearled rose flower balls, black chair covers with red organza sashes!

red flower ball with white roses centrepiece

The new in house florist is here to help with table centres!

If you require any help or have any questions then please feel free to get in touch, we would love to hear from you!

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