Mod Chair Cushions

Making your wedding as comfortable as possible for your guests doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice on style. These colorful and comfy cushions fit with the outdoor patio at Palm Springs’ famous The Parker Hotel, for this rehearsal brunch designed by Alison Hotchkiss. The key to pulling off the look is mixing up the seating between benches and architectural chairs for a retro vibe. Alison also kept the table settings simple, using sleek Heath vase centerpieces, which held orange and yellow gerbera daises, tying in the punchy cushion colors. Love the look? You can find solid round bistro chair cushions at your neighborhood Home Depot or try this DIY by Interior Groupie to make cushions in the fabric, pattern, and colors of your choice!

Laid-back Cushions

Photo: Meg Smith

Alison Hotchkiss

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