Log in

Login to your account

Username *
Password *
Remember Me

As we are half way into wedding season I am beginning to get more and more requests for wedding menus.  Sometimes a bride requests to have one menu per table, some would like a menu at each place setting (tucked into the napkin or sitting on the plate) and others want one big menu for guests to see upon entering or at the buffet line.  This is where we can have some fun with the layout and fonts; here are a few examples to give you an idea!

Thought I would share some of the thoughts behind various dinner options to consider when planning.


-The most elegant (stick with 3 courses: soup or salad, entrée and dessert)

-Ability to get more creative with the menu, can personalize the various options or add a family recipe or couples favorite


-Guests are able to get up and socialize with others while serving themselves

-Require less staff and therefore less expensive

Family Style:

-More relaxed

-Can be more expensive because hard to estimate quantity when self served

-An option is to do a plated entrée and passed sides as family style

Signature Cocktails:

-If the budget allows create a signature cocktail that represent you and the groom!  Be sure to add a catchy name! 

             etsy   behance.net   modernlywed.com


modwedding.com  weddingchicks.com

Images from: etsy.com; behance.net; modernlywed.com; evermind.com; modwed.com; weddingchicks.com