How to Make a Royal Throne Party Chair for a Wedding Anniversary

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Take the time to celebrate a marriage that has lasted through the years with a special anniversary party that honors the enduring couple in your life. A royal throne to seat the guests of honor adds a festive touch to the joyous occasion. Instead of renting one from a party store, assemble one yourself with a few simple supplies available at your local fabric or craft store. Your guests are sure to appreciate receiving the royal treatment.

Things You'll Need

  • High-backed chair
  • Rag
  • Cushion
  • Slip cover or red velvet fabric
  • Pins
  • Gold ribbon
  • Hot glue gun
  • Gold glitter
  • Jewels
  • Rent, purchase or borrow a high-backed dining chair. Wipe down the chair with a damp rag and let it dry. Place a cushion on the seat of the chair if the chair does not already have one.

  • Slide a red velvet slipcover onto the chair or simply drape a large piece of velvet over the chair. Secure the fabric to the chair by pinning it in the back. Check that the fabric completely covers the chair legs.

  • Attach gold ribbon trim to the edges of the red velvet with a hot glue gun along the chair back. Begin at the seat of the chair and go up along the outline of the chair back, finishing at the point of origin.

  • Write the anniversary couple’s last name in gold glitter on the upper section of the chair back.

  • Glue rhinestone jewelry or acrylic jewels to the chair back for additional dimension and color.

Tips & Warnings

  • Write the number of years the couple has been married in glitter on the chair back.

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