You’re officially invited to the Royal Wedding… viewing party!
Calling all fans of love and fairy tale romances… just because you don’t make Harry and Meghan’s guest list, doesn’t mean you can’t celebrate their nuptials in style. We’re throwing a royal wedding viewing party that will rival the main event itself. Get ready to par-tea! Watch the royal marriage on a large screen and enjoy a Markle Sparkle champagne breakfast. Prizes and surprises will comprise the morning.
The marriage of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will take place in St George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle, London, England on Saturday, May 19. It’s expected to be one of the most world wide watched events in television history!
Begin ordering supplies now as they may sell out!
Rise and shine… it will be an early morning! The wedding will take place at 12noon London time, making it 7am EST here in America. If a morning event isn’t possible, consider taping the event and play it later in the afternoon at a High Tea party.
Come dressed in Saturday morning casual, pajamas and slipper chic, or royal court fancy. Hats, fascinators, tiaras, royal capes, and crowns are welcome and encouraged. Prizes will be awarded for best head gear and attire.
Prizes could include:
- Plush toy corgies
- Harry & Meghan coffee mug
- Royal Family Tea Bags
- Meghan Markle socks
- Prince Harry socks
- Not in Front of the Corgis Book
- A life size cardboard cut out of the Queen
- The life size cardboard cut out (see below). Someone’s got to take it home.
Place a life size cardboard cut out of the royal couple at the entrance of your event so residents and guests may be personally greeted by the love birds themselves.
Place a few Corgi balloons around the room.
A Royal Breakfast
Assorted “English” Muffin Breakfast Sandwiches
(Egg & Sausage, Egg & Cheese, etc.)
Scrambled Eggs, Bacon, Sausage Bangers, Grilled Ham, Black Pudding
Assorted Finger Tea Sandwiches & Mini Quiches
Assorted Scones & Crumpets, Jams, Clotted Cream
White Tiered Wedding Cake with Meghan & Harry cake topper
Banana Pudding (Prince Harry is rumored to love bananas)
Royal Beverages… Lets Par-Tea!
Assorted Tea Selection
“Markle Sparkle” Champagne Cocktails
“Dirty Harry” Cocktails
Bloody “Marry” Cocktails
*Bloody “Marry” can be made as a traditional Bloody Mary. A Markle Sparkle can be any kind of champagne brunch cocktail or simply drop some strawberries or raspberries in the bottom of the glass. Dirty Harry cocktails can be any kind of breakfast martini. The point is to just have fun with it!
While the main event will be broadcast on your big screen, consider offering wedding guests a few royally festive activities.
Read aloud facts from The Book of Royal Useless Information or use it to create your own quizzes that can be passed out on individual sheets of paper.
Play a game of Royal Bingo
Or Play a game of Royal Trivia (psst… this one ships from the UK).
Set out boxes of colored pencils and encourage guests to color from pages in the Harry & Meghan coloring book.