With the wedding day fast approaching and royal watchers in a frenzy, many are preparing to watch Prince Harry and Meghan Markle exchange vows at St. Georger’s Chapel from the comfort of their own homes. Whether based in the UK or the United States, there will be incessant coverage when the ginger prince marries his brunette beloved. The royal wedding is two weeks away and the excitement is palpable.
If you’re interested in having a little fun to mark the occasion, we’ve got you covered. From fascinators to royal loot and dessert decorations, there’s plenty of party paraphernalia to keep royal enthusiasts filled with warm wedding feels all day long.
Here are 7 Things You Need to Throw a Royal Wedding Viewing Party:
- A Fascinator
No splashy soiree honoring the royals would be complete without the right regalia including a fancy fascinator. A derby-style beret is just the ticket to feeling like a chic British lady.
2. A Princess Tiara
Will she wear the Spencer, the Strathmore Rose or the Queen Mother’s Cartier? Meghan’s royal wedding tiara is still TBD but you can play princess on May 19th with your own pageant-style bling.
3. A Mug for the Memories
Enjoy a freshly brewed cup of Meghan’s favorite Kusmi or Teapigs in this handmade Harrods mug that feels very classy and collector-ish. Featuring a lovely gold monogram with the coronet of Prince Harry–this is definitely fine china.
4. Playing Cards
With lots of time before, during and after the ceremony for idle chitchat and commentary, there needs to a bit of fun planned into the party agenda. Nothing fills the time better than a few games of cards.
5. Tea Towel
A traditional tea towel is a must-have for any royal celebration. Commeorating the matrimony between Prince Harry and Meghan, this dinner party delight will make guests feel like they’re at a decadent and lavish British bash.
6. Harry Heartbreak Headpieces
Yes, women the world over will cry tears of joy for Prince Harry and his wedding day romance but they will also be mourning their chance to ever become his princess. Luckily, there’s a salve for the sadness and it comes in the form of playful party crowns.
7. The Party Favors
From lemon elderflower cupcakes to crumpets and sausages to scones–every royal wedding party deserves more than a few sweet treats and snacks. Don’t forget the tea, British beer and finger sandwiches!