20 vegan wedding food ideas your guests with dietary restrictions will greatly appreciate
Wedding season is almost upon us! Those of you in the planning stages are most likely tweaking some last-minute details like flower arrangements, table settings, and the menu. Figuring out your wedding menu might be the trickiest piece of the wedding puzzle — especially if you or your guests are vegan. Luckily, Pinterest has plenty of vegan wedding food ideas that can ease your food stress and fill your belly.
According to Pinterest’s Wedding Report 2018, the number of users searching for vegan wedding foods is up 186%. Whether the bride and groom are vegan themselves, or they’re trying to accommodate their vegan friends, people want to incorporate vegan dishes into their wedding and they are turning to Pinterest to get inspired.
Even if you’re not vegan, the below recipes will get your stomach grumbling. From vegan mac and cheese to tofu bahn mi sliders, there’s something for everyone (vegan or not) on the list. Even the proudest meat eaters will be impressed by the flavors your serving up.
We hope you’re ready to eat, because you’re going to want to try out all of these recipes before the big day. Grab your grocery list and let’s get cookin’.
This seriously simple recipe can be customized to include your favorite veggies. Throw the kebabs on the grill before serving and you have yourself a vegan delicacy.
If you’re looking for a hearty course to satisfy your guests, this mac and cheese recipe is a must-serve. Made with vegan cream cheese and vegan parmesan, this might taste better than the dairy version.
The Stingy Vegan packed the best of bahn mi into these tiny sliders that everyone can (and will) enjoy.
These little bites from the She Likes Food blog are perfect appetizers for cocktail hour or late night snacking after hours of dancing.
This might be the easiest dessert recipe ever. Make sure your dark chocolate is vegan before dipping your mint leaves. Refreshingly sweet!
Hot For Food’s take on the classic pigs in a blanket recipe are these adorable and tasty vegan sausage bites. They’re perfectly dip-able.
Note: not actual snails. This is the perfect bite-size app to make in bulk. Whip up a pesto paste, spread onto vegan pastry dough and pop in the oven for a few minutes. Presto pesto — you’ve got snails.
Create Mindfully came up with these crispy veggie fritters that even the kids will love. Dip them in Vegan Chipotle Ranch Dressing and brace yourself for some amazing flavor.
Finger-food-sized vegan stuffed mushrooms? Absolutely. Give us eight, please.
From Vegan Miam, these cauliflower tacos are a great menu item for a chill wedding reception.
A classic recipe for weddings or chilly days spent inside, this vegan Italian wedding soup will please and comfort everyone at the party.
Serve it as a side, in a burrito, or add it to those vegan cauliflower tacos. This rice is packed with flavor and a little kick of heat to keep your guests on their toes.
Coated with crunch from crumbled bean chips, and loaded with flavor and spices, these little nuggets paired with their dipping sauce are actually to die for.
Give your guests a kick in the pants with these jalapeño poppers made with vegan cream cheese, chives, vegan sausage, vegan cheese, and of course, jalapeños.
Fresh veggies paired with crispy scallion pancakes is something we could eat all day, every day.
Karissa’s Vegan Kitchen brings a no-bake cake pop recipe to the table that rivals those from Starbucks. Watch out, Starbs. We’re coming for you.
Yes, you could serve individual pieces from sushi rolls. But there’s something so satisfying about appetizers served on toothpicks.
Perhaps the perfect starter course is this simple and comforting Asian noodle soup by The Savory Vegan. Made with white miso, bok choy, mushrooms, and tofu, it’s a clean flavor that starts a meal off right.
Talk about rich, creamy, and delicious. These chocolate truffles by Crazy Vegan Kitchen will add an expensive flair to the menu without you having to break the bank.
Elephantastic Vegan came up with these scrumptious falafel bites that contain no oil and are easily baked in the oven.
We hope your menu is now complete, and we’ll be patiently waiting for the invite!