We’ve seen so many fun wedding menu ideas floating around lately, that we thought it would be fun to do a round up menu options for your stationery! Are you ready for crazy amounts of inspiration??? Be sure to check out our entire resources section below, with links to all sources!
First up are illustrated menus! What a fun way to liven up Caesar Salad!
One way to save on supplying individual menus is to opt for the display option. Below you’ll see ideas like using a roll of craft paper, chalkboards, mirrors, the bed of a truck, and even old crates. If you can find a really fun object to display your menu, it makes it that much more fun! Having a beach wedding? Try putting the menu on an old oar, or a surfboard. The sky is the limit when it comes to display menus!
Round shaped menus offer an unexpected little quirk when guests are seated!
Interactive menus can range from including an item on the menu itself, asking guests to open each page, or devising a menu wheel! All really fun ways to get guests interacting!
If you are opting for individual at the table menus, there are so many incredible variations! Here are some of our favorite ideas that we love–colorful display with rock candy, custom clipboards, napkins, craft paper bags (with goodies or even silverware inside), and even a cutting board menu display for each table.
Handwritten menus are a way to add charm and a sense of familiarity to your meal. Guests will feel like they are dining at your home!
Display | Kraft Paper roll: Follow Studio photographed by Lauren Michelle via Once Wed // Truck: shot by Lisa Lefkowitz on Elizabeth Anne Designs // Mirror: Image by Elizabeth Messina from Kiss the Groom // Chalkboard: Brides // Crates: Brides // Wood planks: photographed by Docuvitae via Style Me Pretty
At the Table | Colorful: shot by Elizabeth Messina from Kiss the Groom for Rue Magazine Issue Five // Whale clipboard: Restaurant and Bar Design Awards // Napkin: Martha Stewart // Craft bag: designed by Good On Paper Design, photographed by Janae Shields, via Snippet and Ink // Cutting Board: Snippet and Ink