Food is one of the best parts of a wedding, ok, that and the booze. Many brides and grooms offer their guests entrée options… but how does that choice from way back at the rsvp get communicated to the server when the time comes? I’ll tell you how, with today’s DIY! The cutest little Entrée Choice Seating Cards you ever have seen! Total side note, one of my best girlfriends is a crazy talented graphic designer and she just launched her freelance design business, so she’s been working it for ST in her free time… and although it took us almost all day… we finally figured out how to make this file work the way we needed it to – it’s awesome, and of course it’s free. Your Cricut Explore will do ALL the work for you. Seriously, you are just going to have to stand there and put the paper in. To give you a true glimpse at how easy this file is to use, I shot a quick screen video of me working with it. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, my Cricut has literally changed my life and if you don’t have one, but you want one, you won’t regret the purchase. Check out this page to see more of the projects I’ve made here using my Cricut. We are sharing all 5 typical entrée options; Beef, Chicken, Pork, Fish and Veggie… but know that you don’t have to cut them all, it’s easy to only select the options that you’re offering at your special event!
- Cricut Explore
- Glue Dots
- Our free Cricut SVG. cut file below!
Learn How Our File Works!
Watch this short computer screen video to learn EXACTLY how to customize and personalize our free entrée choice seating cards with your Cricut Explore and Cricut Design Space!
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DIY Tutorial Credits
Photography + DIY Tutorial: Jen Carreiro of Something Turquoise // Design: Julia Ensign // Cricut Explore Air: Amazon // Cardstock Set: Amazon // Glue Dots: Amazon // Nail Polish: OPI – Withstands the Test of Thyme
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