(Closed) Menu Cards too bare?

posted 9 years ago in Paper
Post # 3
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: September 2009

I think you can make it work and I do  not think it will make it look like a cheap meal. I think you can definitely add the wine selection and coffee and tea on the menu. If you have the space a description of the meal will make it less bare.

Mock it up and see what you get… Good luck!

PS: as for the cake being on the menu, it shouldn’t discourage anyone to get up and dance. Usually the cake is listed on the menu no matter when it is cut.

Post # 4
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Worker bee
  • Wedding: May 2009

I think that food descriptions add a wonderful element to a menu!  I looked up other menus from my favorite restaurants to get ideas on how to word these for my own menu. 

Verbs: Sauteed, grilled, marinated, roasted, seasoned

Adjectives:  Fresh, flavorful, tender, juicy

Also consider adding a personal element to the top of your menu – it can be your names, date, monogram or decorative design that ties in with the rest of your wedding. 

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