10 Tasty Wedding Menus for Your Vegetarian Guests

by Bridestory [[ 1432260900000 | amDateFormat:'ll | HH:mm' ]] in Wedding Ideas  


If you or any of your guests happen to follow the animal-free diet, you might want to consider putting a delicious vegetarian menu on your wedding day. Take a look at these 10 dishes that are appetizing, nutritious and delightful at the same time and do not forget to consult your wedding caterer regarding the recipe.

  • Corn Cakes

    Simple and mouthwatering, your guests will surely be happy to grab a bit of this corn cakes with smoked corn and avocado lime salsa.

  • Ginger Carrot Soup

    This soup melts carrots and ginger, to give the puree a hint of hearty flavor.

  • Cinnamon Roasted Kabocha Squash

    The kabocha squash, also known as Japanese pumpkin, is certainly sweet, delicious and low-fat. We are talking about the healthy and tasty!

  • Butternut Squash and Sage Risotto

    This is a satisfying veggie menu that uses a basic risotto recipe and gives it a rich autumnal twist.

  • Cucumber Cups with Cream Cheese and Sundried Tomatoes Topped with Fresh Herbs

    Fresh and appetizing, this canapé is perfect for an outdoor wedding celebration in the summer.

  • Sundried Tomato Kalamata Olive Bruschetta

    A mixture of sundried tomatoes, kalamata olives, and roasted red peppers make this bruschetta exceptionally tasty and satisfying

  • Eggplant Rollatini

    This Italian-style eggplant rollatini is the delicious and unexpected party appetizer you can serve before the main dishes.

  • Veggie Fajita Pasta

    Loaded with fresh vegetables and tons of flavors, this veggie fajita pasta is a sure way to win any pasta lovers’ heart.

  • Tempeh Skewers

    Traditionally from Indonesia, this protein-filled dish is the ultimate healthy and delicious menu to serve on the wedding banquet.

  • Eggplant and Caramelized-Onion Pizza

    Give a casual spin on your rustic wedding feast with this thin-crusted pizza topped with sweet caramelized-onion and earthy eggplant.

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