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Creating a wedding dinner menu involves several steps to ensure it reflects your style, theme, and culinary choices. Here’s a step-by-step guide to creating a memorable wedding dinner menu:

Determine Your Format and Style:

  • Choose your format, such as a buffet, family-style service, a formal sit-down dinner, or something else.
  • Select a design style that complements your wedding’s theme and aesthetic.

Select the Courses:

  • Determine the number of courses you will serve (for example, appetizers, main course, salad, dessert, and so on).
  • Consider your guests’ dietary restrictions or preferences.

Curate the Menu:

  • Work with your caterer or chef to select dishes that reflect your preferences and the overall ambiance you want to create.

Write Descriptions:

  • For each menu item, write a brief description that highlights key ingredients and preparation methods.
  • Keep your descriptions brief, informative, and appealing.

Accommodate Special Diets:

  • Indicate clearly whether vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free, or other special diet options are available.
  • Use symbols or icons for easy recognition.

Layout and Design:

  • When creating the menu layout, take into account the typography, colour palettes, and any other decorative elements that go with your wedding’s theme.
  • Use different font sizes and styles to establish a hierarchy between the names of the dishes, the courses, and the descriptions.

Include Beverage Options:

  • List available beverages such as wine, cocktails, non-alcoholic drinks, and water.

Review and Proofread:

  • Verify that all the dish names, descriptions, and other information on the menu are accurate.
  • Verify the menu with a second person to catch any mistakes you may have missed.

Print and Presentation:

  • Work with us to create physical menu cards. Choose from our high-quality paper and printing techniques to ensure a polished look.

 Display or Distribute:

  • If you are having a sit-down dinner, place a separate menu card at each place setting.
  • Display the menu on a board or easel for a buffet or other service style.

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