(Closed) Really Really need help with food descriptions! Creative minds needed!

posted 7 years ago in Food
Post # 3
1645 posts
Bumble bee

I kinda like what you have written. That’s what it is, and it sounds lovely. Of course, I LOVE food, and I’m currently dieting on lean protein and vegetables…so just hearing those words makes my mouth water. What did you come up with that you thought sounded cheesy? 

Post # 5
84 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: May 2011

@Miss CuppyCake: I like the way it is too! Simple, but it is what it is..and I will take all three:)

Post # 6
1645 posts
Bumble bee

@Miss CuppyCake: hahaha I love the elegant wording, but we are talking space issues. Unless you wanna just mail out GIANT invitations. Which would be horrible and awesome at the same time. I’m with @lindsaybrooke24:, too. I’ll have one of each, please!


EDIT: The really lengthy descriptions? Put them on the menus!!

Post # 7
46263 posts
Honey Beekeeper
  • Wedding: November 1999

Your  3 names are perfect as is. I find that most people are put off by the menu names  with eight adjectives and a couple of adverbs.

Post # 8
514 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: February 2011

All the invites I ever received with the entree choices just said beef, chicken, pasta. It doesn’t always make it that easy to pick but I guess that way if something had to change as far as the sauce or seasoning, it wasn’t written anywhere.

Post # 9
163 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: September 2011

I also think you should keep it simple and perhaps add a description of the dishes on the menu! If you don’t want to use the descriptions you posted above (that to me sound wonderful) you should just write Fish, Chicken, Pasta on the RSVP and then keep the descriptions for later.

Some ideas:

Pasta: What kind of pasta will they be serving? Tortelli, fusilli, pappardelle? You can use the correct name of the pasta when describing the dish.

Mushroom: same as above, what mushrooms? Champignon? Porcini? Use the correct name and it might sound nicer.

Chicken: is it chicken filet stripes? Chicken breast? Is it grilled, sauted, braised…

Broil: definitely keep that it’s a filet!


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