welcome to the | wedding menu inspiration {itty bitty bijou}

Afternoon wedding lovers! I’m so happy to welcome b.loved regulars Catharine and James from Itty Bitty & Bijou to the!  As well as continuing to share their amazing monthly DIY printables, this lovely duo will be sharing their creative ideas and inspirations for your wedding invitation suites and on the day stationery. We love their clean, contemporary style and pretty, pretty details! This talented twosome are the talent behind all the fabulous graphics for the shoot, as well as the graphics used on this week’s posts and profile pages!

Over to you guys! ~

At Itty Bitty & Bijou we create bespoke stationery designs to compliment your wedding’s style and your personality. We always think that your wedding stationery can be a great feature on you wedding day as it can be incorporated with your décor and also stationery can make lovely keepsakes as memories from your day. For this reason we have looked to inspire your wedding stationery with a round up of unique stationery finds! There are so many great designs and ideas out there, so we have narrowed it down to look at just the wedding menu today.

The wedding menu can definitely become a feature of your table décor and don’t forget that it’s a piece that everyone will look at as of course they will want to see what they are going to be eating! Here are some fantastic inspirations for wedding menus with a difference…

Wedding placemats are becoming more popular and designs often include your menu too. We love these designs by A&P Design Co. which compliment the rustic table décor style whilst giving it a quirky edge.

This wedding menu wheel by Anna of Rifle Design is both great fun and a fab feature for your table! It is a DIY project so you could actually have a go at creating this yourself in your chosen colours! Find it here on Design Sponge

Here is another fun example for your guests to enjoy, fortune teller menu’s would work well with an array of wedding styles. Add a pop of colour, your own monogram or names or you could even work the geometric trend with this and don’t forget that you can get the Bridesmaids together and DIY these too!

We love round wedding menus placed onto the plate within the table setting. This example by Pitbulls & Posies brings together the colours of the table décor & also the overall wedding. It’s much prettier than a bare plate whilst being an effortless way to add some detail & colour.

We hope to have inspired and interested you today and we are so proud to be part of b.loved’s brilliant Watch out for our regular free wedding stationery printables here on b.loved and if you would like to commission us to create a bespoke design for your wedding pop on over to our website.

Catharine x

Click here to visit Catharine & James’ page and keep up to date with all their latest posts for b.loved!


Image Credits:

Menu Placemat Photography: Caroline & Evan Photography Via: A&P Design Co  // Menu wheel DIY Via: Design Sponge // Fortune teller menu Via: Martha Stewart Weddings // Round menu Via: Pitbulls & Posies



After a decade-long career in corporate interior design, I took a giant leap of faith, left the security of an office job, and founded B.LOVED in 2011 as a platform for romantic and beautiful wedding inspiration. Thanks to a whole lot of creativity, hard work and passion, my gamble paid off and B.LOVED became one of the leading wedding blogs in the UK.

I'm also a co-founder at The Brand Studio, where I design and curate beautiful photoshoots for wedding and lifestyle brands, as well as running wedding industry community the B.LOVED Hive where I support and nurture wedding pros building industry leading businesses. Yep, I definitely have the best job in the world.

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