Year after year, we get more requests for vegan wedding menus.
Each year we get requests for more and more vegan weddings—we are always excited to come up with new menu ideas for each one. Our own Kristin O’Connor was working on a vegan wedding menu proposal yesterday we wanted to share with you.
This vegan proposal begins with a one-hour cocktail menu and finishes with a three-course seated dinner.
As with a traditional menu, it's always nice to offer your non-vegan and non-vegetarian guests an option that might interest them. A fish entrée would be a good alternate in this case.
Autumn Wedding for 100 Guests
Vegan Passed Hors D’Oeuvres
Vietnamese Vegetable Spring Rolls with Avocado, Tropical Fruit and Fresh Mint with a Mai Ploy Sauce (pictured)
Mini Black Bean Cakes with Zesty Corn Creme
Potato Crisp with Eggplant Caponata and Balsamic Drizzle
Vegetable Ribbon Skewers with Roasted Red Pepper Hummus Dip
Curried Green Lentil Soup Shooters
Mixed Green Salad with Roasted Butternut Squash, Dried Cranberries, and Roasted Orchard Pears Drizzled with a Champagne-Shallot Vinaigrette
House-made Corn Bread and Baking Powder Biscuits
Polenta Tower Layered with an Oven Seared Portobello Mushroom Cap, Sautéed Garlic, Spinach, Roasted Red and Yellow Peppers, Finished with a Mediterranean White Bean and Herb Tomato Puree, Skewered with a Fresh Rosemary Sprig
Vegan Wedding Cake
An Espresso Bar
As with a traditional menu, it's always nice to offer your non-vegan and non-vegetarian guests an option that might interest them. A fish entrée would be a good alternate in this case. We didn’t include a late night snack here, but baby bean-burger sliders with shoe-string fries, a sorbet bar with fun toppings, or a popcorn bar are all great possibilities.