Wedding menus are a necessary part of your wedding table styling but that doesn’t mean they have to be boring. Your menu card can be the vital link to pull all your styling together or it can be a hero piece, standing proud on the table. Here are some of our favourite menu styling ideas to get you thinking
2-in-1 menu and place card.
When it comes to wedding stationery there is quite a bit to organise. For starters, you have the invitation, details card and the rsvp card to organise before your wedding day even arrives. Make your wedding day to-do list that little bit shorter by combining your menu with your place cards.
Classic black and white.
Keep things uncomplicated with a classic black and white menu, let’s be honest you can’t go wrong with this option because it’s oh-so-elegant. We love how this couple completed their menu styling with a sprig of rosemary delicately placed on top of the menu. This not only looks great but your guests will be able to enjoy the subtle smell of rosemary as they take their seat.
Be brave with metallic Perspex.
Incorporating metallic tones into your wedding day styling is a trend which has taken the industry by storm and we certainly aren’t complaining. We are in love with this golden metallic menu sign, sitting pretty in the middle of the table. Remember, it’s not necessary for everyone to have an individual menu at their place, simply dot a couple of menu signs down the middle of your table to give your styling that wow factor.
Circular menus with your charger plates.
Ok, so we are just a little bit obsessed with this menu display idea – kudos to the couple who came up with this idea! We all know that table space can be somewhat of an issue when it comes to wedding table styling. After all you have so many items to fit, such as pretty florals, maybe candles and of course the practical things such as cutlery, glasses and dinnerware. This couple had the nifty idea to place a circular menu inside the rim of their charger plate. When your guests sit down for dinner they will have time to peruse the menu before their first course is placed down on top of the charger plate – genius!
Napkin and menu combo.
Folding your menu into a napkin is a great way to keep things simple and compact. Nothing looks smarter than a row of crisp folded napkins lining the tables.