DIY | Dinner Menu Card

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Tools:

  • Paint Shop Pro or Photoshop (or whatever else you want to use)
  • Champagne metallic cardstock paper from paperandmore.com
  • Fiskars rotary cutter with straight blade
  • Corner punch

I mocked up my invitation enclosures in Microsoft Word, but wanted the menu to entail more of my graphic design work, so I created it using Paint Shop Pro. (You really can do this in Word.) I use Photoshop too, but I prefer PSP. I used the same dragon/phoenix tail vector that I designed for the website and invitation enclosures. I kept it very simple and the idea is that the napkin will be folded around the menu such that the courses will be hidden.

This is the computer draft (a little blurry here since I shrunk to website size):

diy wedding menu card

I printed these on the cardstock and the backside is going to include the THANK YOUs to our family and friends.

They will be tucked into the napkin with the origami lily.

Finished origami lily in napkin, diy wedding menu card

Here are some shots of the finished card.

Finished diy dinner menu card

Finished diy dinner menu card

Finished diy dinner menu card

Finished diy dinner menu card

Finished diy dinner menu card

Finished diy dinner menu card

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