When you're in the process of planning an event, there are countless details that need to be figured out from the food that is being served and the guest list to the rentals you need to ensure your event goes off without a hitch. One item that is always overlooked? Chairs

No matter which way you cut it, chairs are a necessary part of any event. Your guests won't only need to sit while they're eating, but they will most likely want to take a break and be able to chat with other guests throughout the night. The style chair you select will change the aesthetic of your event so it's crucial to know what your options are. Below we're breaking down the three most popular chair styles to make the process easier!

Folding Garden Chairs

A popular style chair for outdoor weddings, the folding garden chair comes in white and a natural wood color and make the perfect seating option for your next outdoor event. The garden chair shouldn't get confused with your typical folding lawn chair, either. With a thin layer of padding on the seat, garden chairs are much more comfortable, and the design is much or elegant and sophisticated.

Chiavari Chairs

A timeless chair style, Chiavari chairs originated on the Italian coast and are a staple for any elegant social occasion or wedding. Whether your wedding has warm or cool tones, Baystate Tent and Party offers Chiavari chairs in three colors (gold, silver, and white) to meet all of your needs.

Folding Lawn Chairs

Ideal for casual events and backyard get-togethers, the folding lawn chair is one of the most versatile chairs that is available for rental. The folding lawn chair has a metal frame, comes in three color options (bone, black and white), and are great for any budget for all of your specific needs. Lawn chairs are also stackable and lightweight, making them a great option for off-site events due to their easy transport.


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