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Go the for the cotton, peoples clothes will stick to the Lycra. Try Christine at Ambience, she is very helpful.

 

 

 

Regards

 

Sue

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I supply chair covers in lycra, and can assure people (along with many of the other chair cover suppliers) that lycra covers do not stick to peoples clothing!

 

We used to supply polycotton covers but have recently upgraded all our stock to lycra as they provide a much nicer fit on all chairs and look neater (due to having no creases). Im not sure if cheaper versions of the covers available on ebay etc would give a problem like this, although I doubt it, but any good chair cover company would not provide poor quality covers as reputation is everything for a wedding business.

 

Sam

Hand-in-Hand Wedding Specialists

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Can anyone recommend a company that does chair covers with sashes, that also set up and collect please. The location is Hargate Hall in Derbyshire.

 

Thank Em x

 

Hi Em

You will meet one of the chair cover companies when you come to our wedding fair on the 19th September.

Anthony

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Hi there

 

I have trawled through the megathreads etc but need to ask a specific Q-

 

I need 120 x white chair covers. Preferably traditional ones not lycra but either will do.

 

Organza sashes- purple (120) although I reckon I could buy those myself if needed.

 

5 x large white round tablecloths for table of 8.

 

Then the rest of the guests (80) are spread over 4 and 5 person tables (round) and I need cloths for those too.

 

I would be willing to DIY it on the day if needs be during my 'gap' (need to do balloons myself at this rate anyway), but need to find it cheap enough.

 

I do have a lady who can do the covers and large cloths but not the smaller ones so wondered if anyone else can. I have looked on eBay to DIY it but it would only cost the same to buy (or more) and even thoguh I could sell after it would be a lot of work. If it was a decent saving I would DIY it!

 

Any recommendations?

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youcanhire.co.uk in eckington are worth a look if you are doing it yourself.

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For chair covers hire in sheffield i'd try youcan hire. They are at the main crossroads in Eckington (rotherham road?) just down the hill from Morrisons supermarket. As well as chair covers we also hired the matching chair bows as well as the coloured table linen. We could not believe the difference it made to the standard hotels chairs and tables, it totally transformed them and made the reception look really beautiful.:)

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we used prettychairs, had White chair covers and lilac sashes, they did a great job :)

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If your on a budget DIY brings the cost down. Just collect the covers the day before the wedding and return them 2 days latter. A great option all you need is family and friends to help you out. The DIY sweetie buffet is also a great option, choose your sweetie theme, place your order. Collect all your ready packed glass wear the day before, return 2 days latter. Based in Rotherham so pretty central to the area.

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