I had this vision in my head for a menu chalkboard and a small chalkboard for our fauxto booth. The menu board was elegant and would lend an air of vintage French bistro (I just made that up. I just thought it'd look cool.) The mini chalkboard for the fauxto booth would ensure that hilarity ensued and we'd have all sorts of clever sayings documented for the ages. In my head, it looked like exhibit A and B as seen below:
Turns out, people loved the food even if they never looked at the paper menus I created at the last minute for each table. Oh, and the fauxto booth? Those are some of my favorite pics from the night, all without a chalkboard in sight.
Have you ever felt like a failure at a wedding project? Are there any projects that you need to put the kabosh on?