Post # 1
So not sure if this should go here or in paper topics. Ok so people know what they will be haveing as their main entree right. But there will also be a pasta, salad and cake course. So are menus on the table really necessary?
What are you doing for your wedding personally?
Thanks so much.
Post # 3
We are using menus to describe our courses. We have very detailed descriptions of the salad, appetizers, entrees, and desserts, as well as a description of our cake. On the RSVP I just put a brief, two-word description of the meat but didn’t mention side dishes at all (no room for that anyway) and I just wanted people to know what was being served and in what order.
Post # 4
We did not have menus, but we only had three courses. Before the sit down dinner we had a pasta, sushi and carving stations and passed hor’s d’oeuvres. We served salad, the entree and dessert. We just didn’t have a budget for a menu and when there’s no choice anyway, we decided to forgo it.
I did just watch a Four Weddings episode where a girl had 11 choices to choose from on her menu at the dinner. Now I want to go to that wedding!
Post # 5
We are doing menus. Our guests get their choice between 3 meal options.
Post # 6
We are not doing menus. Guests are selecting their entree choice on their RSVP card and the menu will be online. To me it just seems like wasted paper.
Post # 7
We had menus, we made them ourselves and they were cheap. We had 3 courses, but also listed the cupcakes, candy buffet and late night slider station on the menu, so people knew about it.
Post # 8
were having menus but we’re having 2 choices (plus a vegetarian option) and our guests arent choosing beforehand (so they’ll just order tableside as you would if you were at a restaurant). So in order to know what the options are, it makes sense to have a menu.