Unique Menu Card Ideas for your Wedding
However you're considering presenting your wedding day menu, be it on a mini easel or attached to a kitsch clipboard, we've got a whole host of inspiration to give you ideas.
Blue and white wedding stationery
We love the delicate illustrations on this blue and white wedding menu. It perfectly ties in with the colour scheme of the day, and looks great with the printed napkins. <br /><br />The gold ribbon adds an extra special touch.<br /><br />Photographer: Ria Mishaal <br /><br />
Unusual wedding menu idea
We adore these printed wooden boards as an alternative to individual printed menus. <br /><br />Not only is it a genius idea for <a href="http://www.youandyourwedding.co.uk/planning/essentials/incredibly-clever-ways-to-save-money-on-your-wedding/22180.html" target="_self">saving money on your wedding</a>, it adds a fun rustic element to your wedding day.<br /><br />Photography: Summer Lily Studio
Varied font wedding menu
The variety of fonts on this wedding menu make for a fun and unique menu card - we love the heart dividers too. <br /><br />Stationery courtesy of <a href="https://www.normadorothy.com/mint-stripe-order-of-service%20" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">Norma and Dorothy</a><br /><br />Photography: Kirstin Prisk
Tiny wedding menu
There's no rule that says wedding menus need to be large - this small but perfectly formed menu does the job just as well as big menu cards, and keeps the table from looking too cluttered.<br /><br /><br />
Postcard wedding menu
This retro inspired postcard wedding menu is super cool; the bride and groom's names add a special personal touch too. <br /><br />Photography: Zosia Zacharia Photography
Vintage illustrated wedding menu
We love the vintage style illustrations on this simplistic menu card. Give your menu something extra by adding your thanks at the bottom; this couple wrote "Thanks you for being with us as we enjoy our first meal and Mr & Mrs." So cute!<br /><br />Photography: Kerry Ann Duffy Photography
Bespoke wedding stationery
This couple had a Portuguese tile theme to their wedding, and found a company, Paperknots, to create bespoke invitations that tied in with their theme.<br /><br />Photography: Anneli Marinovich<br /><br />Check out the full <a href="http://www.youandyourwedding.co.uk/real-weddings/summer/real-wedding-a-portuguese-and-english-fusion-with-pastel-touches/22230.html" target="_self">Portuguese themed wedding</a> for more big day inspo.
Keepsake wedding menus
Turn your menu into a big day keepsake for your guests by adding your names and wedding date onto the menu card.<br /><br />The illustrations on this menu are lovely too - the colour scheme is so elegant. <br /><br />Photography: Anneli Marinovich<br /><br />Stationed courtesy of Eagle Eyed Bride.
The flower and bird illustrations on this pretty menu card are delightful. The fonts perfectly complement the style too.<br /><br />We also like how the menu is balances between two corks - an unusual take on place card holders!<br /><br /><a href="http://www.youandyourwedding.co.uk/planning/essentials/32-unique-name-card-ideas-for-your-wedding/22218.html" target="_self">READ MORE: 32 Unique Name Card Ideas for your Wedding</a>
Chalkboard wedding menu
Laid-back couples will love this simple chalk board menu idea - if you're having a relaxed wedding day, reflect this in the style of your menu. We bet this couple didn't waste any time worrying over table plans and guest lists.
Quirky wedding menu idea
There's no need to label your menu with "menu" - it's pretty self-explanatory, and by eschewing the traditional word, you can write something fun like "Let's eat" as this couple did.<br /><br />The illustration is really lovely too, and they've even added their wedding hashtag to the bottom of the menu so all the guests can share their snaps from the day. <br /><br />We like that this menu is resting on a little easel - perfect for arty couples.<br /><br />Photography: Eddie Judd
Colourful wedding menu
Embrace your colour scheme on your menu card by printing illustrations in corresponding hues.<br /><br />We adore the combination of the extravagant girly font paired with this simplistic, straight forward type face.<br /><br />Photography: Anneli Marinovich<br /><br />Wedding stationery courtesy of Eagle Eyed Bride.
Palm leaf wedding menu
This couple has applied the theme of their wedding day perfectly to their wedding menu - the palm leaves look wonderful, and the swirly font complements the theme ideally.<br /><br />We're loving the menu being called "the wedding feast too"<br /><br />Check out this couple's<a> </a><a href="http://www.youandyourwedding.co.uk/real-weddings/spring/real-wedding-a-tropical-themed-wedding-with-palm-leaf-decor-in-norfolk/22468.html" target="_self">tropically themed wedding day</a> for even more inspiration. <br /><br />Stationery courtesy of <a href="https://madebymolu.com" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">Made by Molu</a>.
Pastel wedding menu
Menu holders aren't a wedding essential, you could just place your menu upon the plate, as this couple has.<br /><br />The addition of the greenery keeps the style looking well planned and considered.<br /><br />The menu itself is absolutely divine too; the combination of minimalist brown paper, pastel flowers and white font is lovely.