There’s something so romaaaaaantic about vintage weddings. They can be so glamourous. They can be so seeped in style history. They can be so darn chic. There are several types of vintage weddings, too. There’s 1920s vintage, 1970s vintage, gothic vintage (like this bride above) and everything in between. What kind of vintage bride are you?
Well, for all of our different vintage brides, we put together a lovely little roundup of our favourite vintage menu cards.
Pretty in pink. When people think about vintage, they often think of metallic and/or neutral hues. That’s not all there is to bring your vintage dreams to fruition, though! Feel free to play with colour, like this pink Jasper Menu Card with a soft floral pattern.
Birds of a feather. This sweet, bird-a-liscious Birdcage Menu Card looks like it’s right out of the 1950s with its polka dot and blue ribbon borders and birdcage design.
Let your flags fly. We love the mismatched, 70s-inspired, colourful, checkered flags on this Bunting Menu Card featuring the words “Wedding Breakfast Menu.” Yummy! Now you just have to come up with something equally as delicious for the breakfast food.
A vintage classic. Add lace and a filigree pattern to your wedding theme and you have yourself the beginnings of a beautiful vintage affair. This Grace Menu Card in a slim rectangular configuration showcases this darling white pattern on one of four vintage-y colours — gray, blue, pink and green.
Hand polished. If glamour is what you’re looking for, then look no further than the Victoria Menu Postcard, a stunning three-dimensional lace-print design that is hand-finished with pearls in Dusky Pink, Champagne or Silver. Your grandma will be proud of your good taste.
Are you having a vintage-themed wedding? Which vintage menu cards did you choose?