Post # 1
We are having a small wedding with about 90 guests max and its a seated dinner. I was thinking to make my own menu but not sure if its important to have? I also thought about having 2 for each table, however , I will be having framed table numbers, will that be too much?
Also what is the best glue to use when working with paper so it wont make it look heavy if I decided to make menus
Post # 3
It’s nice to have with a seated dinner but not necessary. Depends on how complicated it is. If you have foods with lots of ingrediants that people might be allergic too it’s good. But if it’s just chicken or beef with veggies and bread then it’s not so important. Can be a pretty addition to the table though. I have no clue about the glue.
Post # 4
We also had a seated menu and included menus. We questioned it at 1st but decided people might like to know what is coming next and what to expect. I think doing two per table would be fine. It’s not too much
I have always been a fan of rubber cement. It’s the easiest to work with in my opinion.
Post # 5
I have only seen them at one wedding I went to recently. I didnt think they were a must but I have to admit, having them around the table for each guest (in the wedding colors) added some pop to the table. Even more so than the favors that were placed at each table setting.
Post # 6
I had a buffet and I used mine mostly for table decor, and because I hate when you fill up your whole plate with items from the beginning of a buffet (usually salads) just in case there’s nothing good ahead, and then have no room for something DELICIOUS.
So no, not necessary. I just made mine 1/3 of a piece of 8×10 paper, so no glue required.
Post # 7
- Wedding: March 2010 - Calamigos Ranch
We had a menu… strictly because it was pretty. 😉 I don’t think it’s necessary, but I always like to know exactly what’s coming (“chicken” is not as descriptive as telling how it was prepared and what it’s served with).