Your wedding day isn’t only a celebration of love, but an opportunity to create a memorable experience for your guests. From the charming ambiance to the heartfelt vows, every detail matters. And of course, every wedding guest (and every couple!) looks forward to eating and drinking at the reception.

Make sure you communicate what you’re serving at your reception. This fun detail can even double as reception décor, and you can do it so affordably! Let’s explore creative and engaging ways to communicate your wedding dinner menu, ensuring your guests are eagerly anticipating the culinary delights that await them on your special day.

Share The Menu on Your Wedding Invitations

Yes – you can add your menu to your wedding invitations. There are two places you can do this:

Your RSVP Card

If you’re serving a plated meal, your caterer will likely request a count for each option. Ask guests to select their meal on your RSVP card.

Feature RSVP Card: Scrawled Respond Card 

On an Information Card

Want to share the type of meal guests can expect? Do this on a separate information card, and tuck it into your invitation suite. This isn’t necessary, but it is a nice gesture if you’re serving a non-traditional meal (such as hors d’oeuvres-only) or are excited to share special details!

Feature Info Card: Scrawled Information Card 

Add Menu Card to Your Place Settings

A timeless approach, a wedding menu card is a cute and sophisticated way to inform your guests about the delectable dishes they’ll savor! And, this custom touch can be a really affordable detail too. Our newest collection of personalized menu cards have a crazy-inexpensive price tag.

Place printed menu cards at each place setting, allowing your guests to peruse the carefully curated dishes they’re about to enjoy.

Featured Card: Scripted Menu Card 

Create a Custom Menu Board

Add a personalized menu board that can be displayed near your reception entrance. You can have so much fun with the wording on your menu board! Inject a sense of fun and personality into your menu by using creative and thematic names for your dishes. Whether it’s a beach-inspired wedding with “Seaside Sensations” or a rustic affair with “Farm-to-Table Delights,” playful descriptors will pique guests’ curiosity and add to the overall experience.

We hope this advice was helpful. If you have other questions as you personalize your wedding stationery, we’re here with answers! xoxo