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This menu card was inspired by the couple's favorite restaurant and doubled as a place card. A custom rubber stamp of the venue's barn finished each one off.
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Simple menu cards for a farm wedding sit atop French grain-sack "lapkins" embroidered with each guests' name.
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A traditional monogram can be featured on various paper details, including the menu card, for a fomal wedding.
A calligraphed menu -- in French -- matched subtle Parisian touches flowered throughout this real wedding.
Menu cards printed in blue ink get a playful touch when folded and tied with yellow satin ribbon.
This inventive menu was printed on cards that doubled as napkin bands at "Top Chef" judge Gail Simmons's wedding.
Purple-printed menus were tucked into hemstitched linen napkins at Caroline and Keating's Southern wedding.
Simple, elegant ivory menu cards tied with an orange ribbon hung on the back of each chair at Katie and Colman's seaside wedding.
Guests' names were calligraphed on menu cards that featured a glittered wreath icon at Kathryn and Ryan's winter wedding.
Menu cards at Jessica and Jed's wedding were die-cut with the couple's shared initial.
Classic country-club fare was paired with stripes on this real wedding menu card.
A sage ribbon tied a sprig of rosemary to napkins which were folded into a pouch to hold this card.
Letterpress menu cards, bound to napkins with gold cording, also serve as place cards.
Decorative elements borrowed from a 20th-century American restaurant provide a vintage vibe.
Details of a fancy four-course meal are printed to match sterling-silver table settings.
Menus bordered with navy pop against crisp white napkins.
These classic cards matched this real wedding's rosy color palette.
For a travel-themed reception in Bali, Indonesia, guests ate Indonesian, Balinese, and Western classics, as documented on this classic card.
For a Thanksgiving wedding, traditional holiday favorites are printed on menus in a not-so-traditional way.
A talented groom drew illustrations of each course for this menu card, which was printed on loose-leaf paper.
A sprig motif, which was carried throughout many of this Colorado wedding's elements, topped the menu cards.
Paper envelope menus feature a casual stamp motif that can be carried out in other stationery elements.
Menus printed in brightly colored ink coordinate with the coral flowers found in this Mexican destination-wedding location.
A unique script design fit the style of Fraser and Matthew's New York wedding.
Typewriter-style menu cards printed on large manila tags fit with an "industrial modern" vibe.
Fun illustrations decorate these menu cards so guests can not only read but also see what they will be eating.
Small slices of custom-cut wood hold these menus, designed to sit between each place setting for guests to refer to throughout the the meal.
A nautical striped menu outlines a three-course meal for a Turks and Caicos destination wedding.
These quirky real-wedding menus were inspired by old library book cards.
Letterpress menus double as place cards, with each guest's name calligraphed at the top.
Download the editable template to create your own menu; just fill it in with the courses you plan to serve at your reception.
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Bright turquoise and coral combine in this summery style.
A Day in May Designs
A simple leaf motif gives this classic design a seasonal touch.
Sarah Drake Designs
This classic design with calligraphy accents would be perfect at a traditional ballroom affair.
Crane & Co.
This elongated menu card has a bright, graphic header.
A peony design brings a garden feel to this menu.
Gold foil stars brighten up this Chicago skyline design.
Cheree Berry Papers
For a chic city affair, opt for this letterpressed card that features a narrow silhouette and muted color palette.
This playful style is designed to look like a schoolyard love note.
This eclectic design features a mix of various patterns and fonts.
A sweet overlapping heart motif is a hip way to incorporate this timeless shape.
A modern monogram sits atop this sophisticated design.
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A faded monogram gives this simple card a vintage-like touch.
This anything-but-subtle design says it all.
A sand dollar trinket accents this sea-inspired design.
Clean white text pops when printed on light blue paper in this fresh style.
For a down-home affair that focuses on comforting favorites, opt for this casual but clean design.
This rustic letterpressed wood-grain design would provide an organic element at any style of wedding.
Watercolor flowers give this design a light and airy feel.
This vintage-inspired style excudes Old World charm.
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