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May 24, 2013

Spotlight on...Menu Cards

Amber Daniels

These days you no longer have to rely on the traditional rectangular shaped menu card to wet your guests’ appetite for dinner. Menus now come in an array of fonts, shapes and mediums that allow you to show off your personal taste and style at your event. Below are a few of our favorites from the web and a one from a wedding held here at Peabody Opera House.

In lieu of personal menu cards you can opt for a large menu displayed in a frame or on an easel at your cocktail reception or at the entrance of your reception to give guests a glimpse of what awaits.

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Photo: Lombari & Co Weddings and Events

For a sleek and modern look you can place one or two of these menus etched in acrylic at each table for guests to take a peek at.

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Photo: Pinterest

Offer your guests a sweet treat with personal menu cards made of chocolate at each place setting.

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Photo: bridalguide.com

This scrolled version adds a touch of whimsy to any tablescape.

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Photo: Cynthia Ross Affairs

Make your menu pop off the table with this folded upright version.

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Photo: Pinterest

Bride Kelly Koerber chose a fun round version to complement the gold chargers at her wedding here at Peabody Opera House.

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Photo: MNC Photography

Start planning the wedding of your dreams today by contacting Angie Carr at [email protected] or click here for more information.  
 

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