(Closed) Menu/table number card together

posted 3 years ago in Reception
Post # 2
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1026 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: September 2012

I would keep them seperate.  Only because you will probably have a guests who gets to the table and goes “oh look the menu. Let me pick it up and read it”  Then you have the whole rest of the guests assigned to that table wandering around the room wondering where table number 3 is.  If you have even two or three tables where this happens you now have a lot of guests trying to find a table that has no number showing.

Post # 3
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1928 posts
Buzzing bee

Are they tall stands or short? If they are short, I think this would totally work. I did something similar, I had a triangular stand with 3 sides – on one side I have the menu, on another info about the bridal party and on the other a quiz about the bride and groom, but I could have totally done one side with the table number. I also wrote info on the other side of our table number – I had the table name which was a place we had visited and then on the other I had a little story about our time there. this is what my stuff looked like:

Post # 4
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7873 posts
Bumble Beekeeper
  • Wedding: October 2013

don’t put the menu card too tall that it blocks people from seeing each other across the table.

 

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