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First idea: on the board!It is not a question of writing lines like at school but of using slate as a writing support. A first solution is to customize a presentation plate with slate paint, then you write the menu directly on the plate. You can also directly buy slate trays on which you will use liquid chalk markers, which are easier to handle and available in several colors (gold for example).
Second idea: minimalist optionIf you are more adept at a refined decoration, it can be a real headache to integrate a menu on your minimalist party table. As always, minimalism imposes quality at the expense of quantity. So we opt for a higher quality paper on which we soberly write the menu. For decoration, we create a small notch above the menu to insert a branch of holly, fir or eucalyptus. Simple and efficient.
Because your menu is worth it!
Third idea: it rolls for kraft
Fourth idea: it sends wood!
To be matched with Christmas bauble place cards.
Fifth idea: without losing the ballToday it is easy to find Christmas balls in transparent plastic on the market. If it is understood that they are mainly used to decorate the Christmas tree, we can also divert them to create truly original menus. To do this, simply create paper ribbons on which we will have written the names of the different dishes. We then enclose our ribbons in the Christmas balls and put them on the plates.
Sixth idea: beautiful like a painting
Seventh idea: the scratch menuThis is astonishing if you like to surprise your guests. For that, you have to start by writing a completely classic menu. Once printed, you will hide the menu with scotch tape and a mixture of paint and washing up liquid. First put transparent tape on the parts you want to hide. Then paint over with the paint added with a little washing up liquid. It will probably take several layers for the whole to be opaque. During the meal, the guests will only have to scratch with a coin to discover what they will have the pleasure of eating.
The simplest ideas are often the best.