Chair and Table Hire for Weddings
When a bride plans her big day she knows what she wants..
All those hours flicking through Hello and OK magazine are not just for fun! With so many featured weddings – there are many ideas and styles to try and the furniture for the wedding reception is a key part of the overall look.
Gone are the days of turning up at a hotel and accepting the drab dralon covered chairs with their tired burgundy finish.
With wedding chair hire companies like Black’s, you can replace the standard chairs with a something much more exciting.
Do you choose a traditional gold banquet chair or opt for the limewashed camelot or chiavari chair as chosen by David and Victoria Beckham for their wedding?
As the rustic look has taken off – our Cross Back chairs in antique finish have become ever more popular – complementing perfectly our vintage ‘rustic’ tables.
The last few years saw the rise of chair covers in popularity – mainly due to the need for covering the aforementioned hotel banquet chairs. These covers are already ‘so last year’!
The latest fashion for celebrity weddings is the transparent polycarbonate ghost or phantom chair.
These really come into there own when combined with properly designed lighting – working extremely well in starlight marquees.
The whole venue or marquee will look totally different if the table decorations, venue styling and chairs complement each other.
A bride and groom will have plenty on their minds in the run up to a wedding – the last thing they want is the stress of late arriving furniture. Don’t leave your booking to chance – we won’t let you down.
If you need advice on hiring furniture for a wedding give us a call.
See our full range of wedding chairs
Here’s a picture of the chairs we supplied to ITV’s Emmerdale for a wedding scene:
Black Event Furniture have their base close to York in North Yorkshire from where we deliver wedding furniture to all of Yorkshire and beyond – including the main city areas – Leeds, Bradford, Harrogate, Hull, Sheffield, Doncaster, Newcastle and out towards the east coast – Scarborough, Bridlington and up to Middlesbrough and Tyneside in the north.