Wedding Menu Cards

May 2 2011

Pairing food isn’t just for wine, it can be for Wedding Menu Cards too! Have you seen the new collection from MagnetStreet Weddings? Delightful. Whether your menu is simple or elaborate, have some fun with it. Get into the culinary spirit with a Menu Card that’s personalized in true gourmet style as well as your wedding style.

Much thanks to Viviane, curator of the food blog Food and Style ~ who was kind enough to share her scrumptious images with us. These mouth watering photographs remind us that food is art, details matter, and that even pairing the right Menu Card has a stylish appeal of epicurean proportions.

Which is your favorite?

Perfect for a destination wedding, be it a beach Italiano or stateside …  {Starfish Menu Card}

Destination Menu Card

Classy spirits. A signature cocktail this beautiful needs explanation. Define it on a contemporary card like Classic Love – Tea length Menu Card

Breakfast or brunch. Feast your eyes on this light, airy and botanical beauty called Hibiscus Watercolor Menu Card.

Amazing appetizers need to be shared! Whet their appetite on a fun card in block style fonts that speak to your modern aesthetic. Organically Modern Menu Card. {Sorry! The Organically Modern Menu Card design is no longer available.}

Vintage. The classic damask pattern lends a lovely, regal feel. Traditional Damask Menu Card.

Menu Card pairing

MagnetStreet Weddings offers a variety of Menu Cards available in Rectangle and Tea-length sizes. Check ’em out.

Eat. Drink. Be happy!! Do visit Viviane’s Food and Style ~ for a fabulous collection of recipes, food styling and lots of delectable eye candy. Mmm good.


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4 thoughts on “Wedding Menu Cards

  1. My fave is the colorful cocktail paired with the contemporary Menu Card. So chic and fun!

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