Post # 1
I kind of want to avoid making menu cards for each placement. How many menu cards are sufficient for a table of 10?
Because I’ll have a bilingual wedding, does anyone know a creative way of having them available in two languages? I already have a framed table number, and I’m thinking more than one frame is too much.
Post # 3
Try doing a tent card with one language on each side. You could probably do two so that each side of the table can look at it simultaneously, especially if there is a large centerpiece or a lot of things on the table such as glasses, candles, etc.
Post # 4
I am planning to have one menu card per person. They will be placed on the plate, folded into the napkin.
Post # 5
I’m doing what soon2bmrsp is doing. Are you doing placecards? If so, you could tailor the menu to the primary language of the person sitting in that seat. Otherwise, Mrs. Cherry Blossom just posted a tent card template that seems like it could work for you:
Post # 6
I’m going to do one menu at each setting and I’m using the menu as the placecard as well. I’ve seen one menu per table stuck on one of those stands you get your number on at a deli. They made it two sided and stuck in close to the middle of the table. It looked ok. Not great.