Post # 1
I can’t decide between having individual menu cards or having a couple per table. I like the idea of individual ones, but usually I end up hiding under my plate or elsewhere on the table. Having a couple of menu cards displayed in front of you without having to stash it elsewhere makes sense, but inevitably someone won’t have a good view of the menu card. Is one a better etiquette than the other? Is there a preferred option?
Post # 3
We had 2 menu cards per table just laid out near the centerpieces. The salads were already on the table when the guests sat down so it would have been ard to have everyone have their own menu.
Post # 4
I think one or two per table. Having one per person looks nice as far as the place setting before everyone comes in, but once people sit down, 10 at a table seems like a bit much. We have a double sided frame for our table number, and I’m thinking of putting a menu on the backside of that.
Post # 5
I think two per table would be plenty plus it would be less that the guest has to worry about moving/hanging on to while they’re trying to eat.
Post # 6
We’re doing one per table.
Post # 7
We put the menu on a page in our programs so they had a little while to think about it and get excited about the food.
Post # 8
I think one per table is a good amount