Pic by Spark Photography
I used Microsoft Publisher to create the menus. I started with a standard 8.5 x 11 page, and split it into two columns.
I copied and pasted our monograms off the PDF of our invite proofs and placed that at the top.
The text was all written in separate text boxes so that I could center it appropriately, and then I just copied and pasted from one column over to another. Very simple. I liked this because it allowed me to print two per page, which saved me about $80.
I had them printed on Opal Stardream cardstock from Cards and Pockets, like all my other DIYs.
Then, we had to cut down the middle of each page to separate them. I think Cards and Pockets would have done this, but I was being a little cheap and opted to cut them myself.
To make it easier, I ran stacks of about 20 menus at a time through the stamp pad. I had to do it twice to ensure everything got a bold enough gold color.
At the reception, we had these slipped into the fold in an ivory napkin. They looked beautiful; a DIY well worth the effort.