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Speaking of menu designs, why is it that so much of focus is put on the recipes and food, but not enough on the wedding menu décor? We get it. A mere menu card seems like the most trivial detail in the wedding décor planning. But you do have to have a styled menu because no table setting is complete without them. So why not ditch the boring, traditional menu cards, and consider something whimsical that leaves your guests in awe?
Here are some of the trending wedding menu design ideas for you to pick from:
Don’t you love acrylics? Consider acrylic menu cards adorned with wildflowers that have been hand-pressed over them to suit a contemporary-themed dinner.
Marble is hot:
Marble really is one of the hottest wedding décor trends right now. You can consider cutting board-style marble with gilded calligraphy to display the menu. Perfect for an all-white themed wedding.
consider hanging multiple wooden canvases with simple hand-written menu over them. You can decorate the wooden menu slides with flowers and husky greens.
Does your cocktail hour feature wine cheese? Think about a rustic paper bag-ish with calligraphed writing over it to give your guests the impression of Tuscan-themed menu.
Touch of Elegance:
If moody elegance is what you want to go with, consider gold script lettering on black colored paper for your wedding menu cards.
How about square shaped leather menu cards? These go perfectly with a rustic, slightly masculine theme. It reminds us of the old world charm.
Want something minimal? Think about rose gold and copper colored, oversized menu card set on a sleek white plate.
If you want to steer away of the paper goods, consider printing the menu details directly on the wooden table.
Love a romantic theme? Print the dinner menu details on a lavish gilded mirror, with candles setting the stage.
Music is life, isn’t it? Consider an accordion shaped printed menu. Each pleat could be used to feature a course.
Sometimes less is more. We are thinking raw wood slides engraved with night’s fair to complement the copper flatware. If your tablescape has touch of succulents and greenery, even better.
Thinking about something decadent and opulent? Complete your majestic tablescape with simple, small circular-shaped menu cards in plum shade.
For the Artists:
Wooden easel style menu cards, with hand drawn menu details and adorned with flowers are perfect for a garden themed wedding dinner.
If your tablescape features fruits, consider menu cards in round shape and soft peach-pink watercolors.
For a boho themed wedding menu card, you can choose linen instead of paper. Print the menu details in brass-colored calligraphy script to add a romantic touch.