Nonlinear vibrations of the orthotropic nanoplates subjected to an influence of in-plane magnetic field are considered. The model is based on the nonlocal elasticity theory. The governing equations for geometrically nonlinear vibrations use the von Kármán plate theory. Both the stress formulation and the Airy stress function are employed. The influence of the magnetic field is taken into account due to the Lorentz force yielded by Maxwell's equations. The developed approach is based on applying the Bubnov–Galerkin method and reducing partial differential equations to an ordinary differential equation. The effect of the magnetic field, elastic foundation, nonlocal parameter, and plate aspect ratio on the linear frequencies and the nonlinear ratio is illustrated and discussed.