(Closed) Menu Choice on Response Cards?

posted 9 years ago in Weddingbee
Post # 3
10635 posts
Sugar Beekeeper
  • Wedding: January 2011

Do you have a website?  If so I would list beef, lamb, etc on the response card, but include more information on the website.

Menu cards are nice, but not necessary.  If a couple wants to try the other’s dish, but has allergies it’s a good reminder about what’s in the dish.  I think it’s also nice when you really enjoy something, like a dressing, to be able to see what it is!

Post # 4
4822 posts
Honey bee

I like a more detailed description for the response if possible. For me its the description, not the meat that makes me decide.

Menu cards are nice, but certainly not necessary. In your case I would skip them or have one per table that is more detailed.

EDIT more detail meaning. Filet mignon with cherry compote reduction and roasted poatatoes…

Post # 5
1796 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: August 2011

I’d include a detailed menu card with the invitation, instead of on the tables at the reception. The additional information will help people decide what they want to eat and will also help those with dietary concerns or allergies make a decision.

Post # 7
13561 posts
Honey Beekeeper

I agree that it’s the description that usually sways me one way or another.

Post # 8
685 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: April 2012

I think add one or two more details.  For instance, you might have a chicken that is encrusted in almonds.  So, someone might pick that, but come to find out, they are allergic to nuts.  I don’t think you need to put down every single detail, but just a few additions might make your lives easier.

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