How To Throw The Perfect Royal Wedding Party

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If you’re a fan of the Royal Family, you’re likely to be in your element this spring. Not only have we just celebrated the arrival of Will and Kate’s third child, we’re just weeks away from Harry and Meghan’s wedding on the 19th May. So whether you’re a patriotic royalist or you’re simply looking for an excuse to throw a big do, here’s our guide to hosting the perfect Royal Wedding party.

One must wear a costume

From tiaras and veils to a red ceremonial uniform, there are plenty of outfits and accessories you could wear for the big day. If you want to go all-in, you could even wear an old wedding dress.

One must decorate the palace

If you’re going to the effort of throwing a royal celebration, you may as well decorate your abode in a suitable manner. It’s time to hang the bunting, raise the British flags, and cover your home in as much red, white and blue as possible.

One must put on a prestigious spread

No Royal Wedding party is complete without a spread of deliciously noble treats. You could opt for a traditional British buffet overflowing with sandwiches, sausage rolls, cocktail sausages, and crisps.

For dessert, we’d recommend favourites such as a Victoria Sponge, strawberry trifle and apple pie. Oh, and don’t forget the strawberries and cream.

If you want to be really luxurious, you could even have a chocolate fountain. Hosting a banquet fit for a king? Send us photos of the big event on social media.


One must go the extra mile with something completely original

When your guests leave your party, you want them to take something with them that they’ll remember for years to come. If you’d like to leave a lasting impact, why not order some of our delicious customised cookies? You could order some individually-wrapped treats from our wedding cookies selection, some beautiful love-themed cookie tins or you could even design your own sugary treats which we will customise to cater for your party.

Our customised cookies could be spread across a table, used as favours, or placed in a goodie bag to take home.

Anything else one must consider?

Corgis are optional but strongly recommended.

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