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Hello again. Anna Skye here from Download & Print, and today I have a free printable wedding menu for you. By the time your wedding menu is decided you are getting close to W-day, so I kept this project nice and easy so that you can hand the task over to even the most craft challenged of your family and friends. The menu wraps around a napkin and silverware at each place setting, so plan ahead and have your venue set the table accordingly so that you can just come along and slip on the menus.

I’ve designed the menu to print in black and white, which not only makes them super cheap to run copies, but also gives you the chance to coordinate with your wedding theme by printing on colored or patterned paper. Or go with classic black and white and use a colored napkin. There are lots of options to make this place setting your own. To get started download the free wedding menu template, grab your scissors, and go!



Step 1: Download and Print


Download the template file and open in MS Word. Add your wedding menu details. The fonts used are Edwardian Script and Garamond, both of which can be found online. You can substitute any fonts of your choosing.

The file prints in black and white, which gives you the opportunity to print on colored or patterned paper to tie in with your wedding theme.

Step 2: Trim


Trim the menu along the cut lines with your scissors. The cut lines are hard to see on your screen, but I promise they are there and will be obvious once you print the file.

Hint: When cutting the curves, keep your scissors still and rotate the paper, using one long sweeping cut motion.


Step 3: Fold


Fold both flaps backward along the fold lines.

Step 4: Wrap


Wrap the menu around a napkin. I did not use tape to secure the menu at the back, the weight of the cloth was enough to keep the menu in place. You could use a small piece of tape to ensure a snug fit.

Step 5: Insert Silverware


Slip in silverware and move on to the next place setting. Bon appetit!


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Anna Skye offers wedding templates on her website Download & Print to help DIY Brides create their own invitations, rsvp cards, and programs.

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  • Rachael

    Looks great! Do you have access to any other free templates?

  • KZrtsva

    Hi Anna, this is a great template!! Unfortunately, my menu is longer than the allotted space so I was hoping of tweaking/elongating the design to accommodate all texts. Do you mind sharing a copy of the design please? Thank you so much!

    • Jessica @ TheBudgetSavvyBride

      Hi there! Unfortunately these designs are pretty set, so I would recommend making your text a little smaller or perhaps running it to 2 columns to accommodate a longer menu. Hope that helps!

      • KZrtsva

        Thank you for the tips Anna! :)