I soooo love a menu card to add that additional punch when focusing on the details of a tablescape. Not only does it give your guests the menu at their fingertips, it can also add some additional color to your guest's place-setting. But what do you think of when you see a menu card? The standard is a piece of cardstock with the menu laid out in the following format: courses outlined by number - first, second, etc. or soup, salad, entree, dessert. But how about laying the menu out using one of these different designs.
|A menu that fits the circumference of the dinner plate or charger|
|In 100% love with this menu made from chocolate!|
|How fun is this menu fashioned after a fortune teller a.k.a. cootie catcher?|
|Use the menu as a wrap around the napkin and flatware|
|Consider adding one menu per table on a stand |
should the budget not allow for individual menus
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