diy day: handmade wedding menu wheel

good morning! i’m thrilled to kick off diy day with a fun project from the anna bond and the once wed team over at the d*s guest blog. anna created a beautiful menu wheel that would be perfect for a wedding or any other special meal you have planned. click here to check out the full post and instructions!


  1. katie says:

    absolutely darlin’! what a clever idea.

  2. honey living says:

    OMG. anna’s work never ceases to amaze me. it almost hurts it’s so good.

  3. tina matilde says:

    this is an awesome idea! i love it!

  4. Melissa says:

    Whoa! This is so similar to a menu I designed back in school!
    (Although a completely different style, of course.)

    Also, mine has 3 separate “wheels” so you can mix and match courses. I really like the texture/colors of Anna’s menu, though. So cute!

  5. I love things that are interactive. Sometimes events can be long, especially when speeches are involved, and I would love to have a menu like this to tinker with.

  6. that’s a great example of dining table interior …i love it and going to try it.

  7. Vanessa Garcia says:

    Can you please tell me what font you used on for “Menu Wheel” on the image above? I really love it. Thank you.



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