Whether you are starting a restaurant, pastry bakery, diner, or are a food blogger or personal chef, here are some quick tips to designing some food business cards.
- You don’t have to show food on your business card. Only a few of the business cards below show graphics of anything related to food. Most of them instead go with a certain style. Is your food luxury, bbq, fast food, gourmet, from a country, for kids, or for vegetarians?
- Some premium design touches that you could include on your business card include: embossing (12 of the Most Attractive Embossed Business Cards Ever), foil printing or creating a die cut (just like the Super What Not restaurant business cards below that have rounded corners).
If you want to get creative and create your own business cards, then have a look at my (6 Super Easy Ways to Create Handmade DIY Business Cards) or my post on printable business cards [coming soon].
Here is a collection of food related business cards:
Bone Daddy’s BBQ restauarnt business Cards and branding design – by Matchbox Studio
Fat Cow’s wooden business cards and menus by Foreign Policy
Kispiac Restaurant branding design by Eszter Laki
Coaster and business card design for Ingierstrand Bad – by Uniform
Branding design for the Underground Cookery School by Two Times Elliot
Minimalist business cards for Tokyo Cafe by Marlon Mayugba
Super What Not business stationary by The Hungry Workshop
Handmade DIY business cards for Dobrotti food importers by KAT
London Coffee House branding design by Reynolds and Reyner
Menu and business card design for Project 67 Restaurant by Philippe Cossette
Business cards and uniform design for Ylajali gourmet restaurant by William Stormdal
Simple white business cards for Prototype No.1 cafe and pizzeria by Ipek Eris
Botanica Food business cards and branding by Oh Babushka
Colorful catering business cards by Nic Design
Creative table business card design by Foreign Policy
Food photograph business cards by Jane Reaction