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  • Gothic Sugar Skulls Menus Red

    Gothic Sugar Skulls Menu Cards

    Day of the dead inspired sugar skull Menu cards, perfect for a gothic wedding.
    Add the finishing touch to your table settings with personalised wedding menus. Whether you are having a full sit down wedding breakfast or a less formal buffet, wedding menus are a great way to let guests know what food they will be served as well as any allergen information and they also add a decorative element to your tables.
    Designed to coordinate with the table numbers, place cards and favour tags from the gothic sugar skull collection for a cohesive and stylish gothic look.

    Product Details

    Quantity: 6
    Size: 20cm x 9.2cm.
    Flat single sided design printed onto white card.

    Copyright – © Rae Henry

    Need more? Please get in touch if you need a larger quantity of this item.

  • Gothic Sugar Skull Place Cards Red

    Gothic Sugar Skull Place Cards

    Guide your guests to their seats in spooky style with these day of the dead inspired sugar skull place cards. Printed with black and white sugar skulls and red roses; these place cards will make a great addition to a Gothic wedding. The sugar skull design is accompanied by a decorative blackletter font if you choose to have them printed with your guests names. Alternatively, the place cards can be supplied blank for you to write by hand. Match these with table numbers, menus and wedding favour tags from the gothic sugar skulls collection to create a Gothic, Halloween or Tattoo themed wedding, party or event.

    Sugar Skull Place Cards Product Details

    -Quantity: 12
    -Size: 9.5cm x 4cm
    -Single sided design, printed onto white card
    -Free sanding tent-fold design
    -They can be personalised with your guests names or left blank for you to write by hand- please choose an option from the drop down box. For personalised place cards, please send a list of the names. This can be sent in a message or as a note at the checkout.

    Copyright – ©Rae Henry