Handmade menus and placecards can add a lot to any dinner, particularly a special one like Thanksgiving. Making your own is fun and easy. If you don't have time to play around with fonts and formats, we've gathered 10 of our favorite ready-made free printables from around the blogosphere.
For those who want to add a personal touch and design their own invites, menus, etc., we rounded up 10 great free fonts + 2 free dingbats (from Dafont and FontSquirrel) for you to download.
We use these free fonts all the time - pair them with graphics, patterned borders, family photos, or whatever you like - it's really fun to make up your own combo.
Enjoy and here's wishing you a wonderful - and very creative - holiday!
This menu from A Fabulous Fete is available as a printable - or you can recreate your own version. We like the rustic simplicity.
Ruffled blog is always a source of inspiration for us when we're entertaining. This printable is a colorful all-purpose menu that would work perfectly for Thanksgiving.
We found this idea on Coordinately Yours - while there isn't a free printable, you could design a menu on your computer using your font of choice and print it onto brown kraft bags - a great look! This was done for Easter but you could use an acorn or rock instead of the egg as an accent.
Individual loaves of bread wrapped with paper and personalized name tags - so easy and such a great way to kick of the feast! From Emmaline Bride.
EAB Designs came up with these pretty, simple leaf printables - add a handwritten name to each one for a personal touch.
These modern Thanksgiving place cards from Lollychops are a nice change from all the super traditional fare you typically find.
HGTV.com offers four different free designs for place cards. Just plug in the name and you're ready to print!
These printable place cards add an elegant, upscale feel to your dinner - from Martha Stewart.