New Chiavari Chairs

  • November 23, 2018
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New Chiavari Chairs
New Chiavari chairs delivery

Chiavari chairs delivery.

New Chiavari Chairs

Any day that involves a big delivery of stock like this is a great one. Today we have received a huge delivery of 540 chiavari chairs. As per usual everything was delivered in perfect condition.

This full container of chiavari chairs is a great boost for our business and insures that if you hire our chiavari chairs you are guaranteed a brand new chiavari chair.

Chiavari Chairs Delivery

Full container of Chiavari Chairs

The WOW weddings team had their hands full spending hours getting this many chiavari chairs out of the container and stored safely. Our team are perfectionists when it comes to keeping our products in the best condition whether it comes to moving them from us to your venue or maintaining them when they aren’t out at a wedding or event.


At the end of our hard work.

This is what Lucy Allen had to say about WOW Weddings:

“We hired the Photo Booth and Chiavari limewash chairs for our wedding day just before Christmas. The delivery for both was so well executed and looked after by the Wow Weddings team from start to finish. Paula and Ollie were a delight to deal with in the lead up to the big day and so prompt to respond to any questions. The chairs were absolutely beautiful and added the extra glam we really needed to our venue. The Photobooth went down a treat, everyone had so much fun and the attendant was fabulous! He was such a delight to deal with all night, even when the drinks had been flowing for a few hours. Our only wish was that as Bride and Groom we’d gone into the booth more as the pictures are so much fun to look back on! Thanks so much to the Wow Weddings team! Xx”

Here is a video of our stunning chiavari chairs.


Here is a bit of history on the chiavari chair

This chair was created in 1807 by Giusseppe Gaetano Descalzi from Chiavari on the northwestern Italian coast. Giusseppe reworked older chairs into the the French Empire style, streamlining some of the decorative elements and cutting down on the structural elements.