Herb Menu Template How-To

Martha Stewart Weddings, Spring 2010

Invigorate table arrangements with a flavor infusion. Farmers'-market greenery, like oregano, basil, and tarragon, gives this modern setting an organic feel; planted in sleek pots, the herbs double as inventive displays for a wraparound menu of foods that put the plants' virtues to good use.

Our wraparound menus are sized to fit 3-inch-square pots.

(Stainless cubes, $5 for 3 inches and $15 for 6 inches, both from Jamali Garden Supplies)

1. Download our editable menu clip art, and type in the details of your menu.

2. Print onto 11-by-17-inch white standard-weight paper. (If your home printer won't handle this size paper, you can copy the PDF onto a thumb drive or CD, and take it to an office copy shop.)

3. Using a bone folder and metal straightedge, score fold lines across the paper at the dotted crop marks. Then use a craft knife and the straightedge to cut between the crop marks (do not cut all the way to the edge of the paper; this will leave the crop marks intact for subsequent cuts).

4. Wrap each sheet around a 3-inch cube planter, and adhere with double-sided tape.

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