Give your menu a rustic vibe with a personal stamp using a stencil and spray paint.

Nato Welton

Once your menu has been decided, send the design off to a stencil cutter. Meanwhile, trim your brown paper to size. When your receive your stencil, spray the back lightly with Spray Mount glue and place on to the paper, pushing down around the letters to ensure the spray paint does not seep underneath. Spray the cut-out part of the stencil with paint and allow to dry. Peel the stencil off slowly and reuse if necessary.

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Menu stencil, £95, lasercutit.co.uk. Ambassador Kraft brown paper, £1.79 for 4m, ryman.
co.uk. Spray paint, £6.95, paperchase.co.uk. Spray Mount, £8.99, ryman.co.uk. Cake stands, from £3.50 each, to hire, classiccrockery.co.uk. Pie dish, £29, houseoffraser.co.uk. Serving bowl, £18, johnlewis.com. Salad bowl, £1.76; Victoria plate, 80p; and cutlery, £1.05 per piece, to hire, joneshire.co.uk. Square plate, £54.99 for six, nisbets.co.uk. Tarts and salads, from £3.40 per head per dish, breadandhoney.net

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As seen in the November/December 2013 issue of Brides