Elegant Wedding Menus
We are so lucky in California’s wine country. Local, seasonal, fresh are absolutely normal adjectives that are the norm for fine dining. Thankfully, today more farms inspire top caterers — for menus that everyone can eat.
In autumn, seasonal fare is bountiful — squash soups, slow roasted meats, deep colored vegetables, As you work with your caterer to refine your menu, of course your tastes come first. Martha Stewart shares tips for planning a wedding menu — The Kitchn reminds us that it can be trickier than we might expect.
Stumped on how to tell your guests what they’re eating? These menus would be lovely in any wine country wedding, no matter the cuisine.
Of course, we here at Monogamy adore this menu from a backyard wedding in Wisconsin. It’s printed on a wine label! We love this brilliant way to save precious table space, and create conversation. Photography from Hitch and Sparrow.
From Snippet and Ink, we discovered that hanging your menu from a vintage cutting board is the perfect way to let your guests know what’s for dinner.
You can purchase this stunning wedding table art set from Etsy — sophisticated vintage look could inspire your entire wedding’s color palette.
Anastasiya Belik Photography created an inspiration shoot featured on Burnetts Boards with fall’s color combinations — berries for miles. combines an array of berry tones in an impossible elegant way. The gold and plum are an incredibly luxurious pairing.
We love to see wedding menus of all kinds — we want to know — how did you come up with your wedding menu?