Throwing a Royal Wedding street party? Browse our gallery of must-have items to make your party go with a bang!
We’ve searched high and low to find the perfect products to make your Royal Wedding street party go with a bang! From sweet treats to bunting and beer, browse these Royal Wedding street party must-haves…
Make sure you’ve got all the right decorations for your street party with this Kate and Wills bunting from the goodotknow shop. You can put it in the garden, along your buffet table or even across the front of your house to show how excited you are about the Royal Wedding.
£24.99 for 15 metres from goodtobuy.ipcshop.co.uk
Serve food to your guests on these pretty royal-themed party plates.
£4.50 for 12 plates from The Handpicked Collection
Perfect for any non-drinkers and kids at your party, this limited edition Royal Passion Fruit has been specially made by SodaStream for the Royal Wedding and is rumoured to be one of Kate’s favourite flavours.
£3.29 for the flavour; SodaStream makers are from £55; both available from sodastream.co.uk
Listen to music in style on the day of the Royal Wedding with this cool Union Jack radio.
£200 from Roberts
This foldable buffet table is the ideal setting for the food at your street party and is big enough for up to eight people.
£59.99 from the goodtoknow shop
Wave on the royal couple with this flag that has Kate and Wills’ faces on.
£16.99 for a set of 2 from the goodtoknow shop
These commemorative tins are filled with shortbread biscuits and they come in such pretty tins that you won’t have to transfer them to a posh plate for serving. Choose from the Street Party, Abbey and Heart designs.
£4.99 from Marks & Spencer
These royal cups will really impress the guests at your street party. We like the slogan: ‘Long live G&T!’
£3.50 for 12 cups from The Handpicked Collection
Quality Street has gone all royal on us with this silver limited edition tin that’s exclusive to Asda from 25th April.
£7.99 from Asda
Your guests won’t know you’re throwing a party without receiving an invite. Send out goodtoknow’s free Royal Wedding party invites. They’ll save you money and they’re stylish too.
Fairy has given even the washing up phase of your street party a Royal Wedding theme with this commemorative washing up bottle.
£1.25 from ocado.com
And you can use this funky tea towel to dry up with. It’s a modern alternative to the many classic Royal Wedding tea towels that are on sale.
£4 from selected Asda stores
Give simple cupcakes a Royal Wedding makeover with this British-themed cupcake baking set from the Great Little Trading Co. It comes with 24 cute cupcake cases and 24 cake toppers.
£8 from gltc.co.uk
These cute napkins will look great on your tables at your Royal Wedding party.
£3.95 for 20 napkins from The Handpicked Collection
Get your guests talking at the table with these fun trivia scratch cards. Each card comes with 6 multiple choice questions with a royal theme and scratch-off answers.
£3.99 for 10 scratch cards from The Last Detail
Waitrose knows a good match when it sees one and has used Kate and Wills as inspiration for its Catherine peach & Williams pear smoothie.
£1.29 from Waitrose
Make your party go with a bang with these British cone-shaped party poppers.
£3.99 for a pack of 10 from The Last Detail
Whether you’re hosting a Royal Wedding street party or a sophisticated afternoon tea, your guests will love nothing better than a good cuppa during the celebrations. Serve them tea in style with Twinings’ Limited Edition commemorative blend of White Earl Grey tea with bergamot essence and rose petals.
The tea comes in a souvenir tin and Twinings has even designed a dress for Kate on the tin!
Toast the royal couple with this specially-brewed beer from Castle Rock Brewery. The Kiss Me Kate beers will be available at the pump from various pubs priced around £3 and for you to buy from Morrisons supermarket so you can treat the whole street to a round!
RRP £3 from Morrisons
Treat the kids to these limited edition Royal Wedding Glacier sweets from Fox’s that come with three tasty flavours of cloudy lemonade, blueberry and raspberry sweets to reflect the red, white and blue of the Union Jack.
The sweets are available nationwide in supermarkets at around £1 per pack.
There’ll be drinking and partying until the early hours on the day of the Royal Wedding, so make sure you’re prepared with these cheeky sick bags designed by Lydia Leith. The paper bags have a picture of Kate and William as well as the words Throne Up.
£3 each from lydialeith.com
Your Royal Wedding party won’t be complete without some Kate and Wills-inspired food on the table. Pieminister has launched 2 limited edition Royal Wedding pies, including the Kate and Wills Pie made with British beef and bacon, and the Royal Pear Pie made with poached pears, rum, and Fairtrade chocolate.
If you’re attending a Royal Wedding party and need a gift to treat the host, these pretty biscuits from Biscuiteers come in a commemorative Royal Wedding tin. There are 16 biscuits including a glass coach, wedding shoes, Kate’s engagement ring and other royal-inspired treats. Not cheap, but they look stunning if you feel like splashing out.
£38.50 from biscuiteers.com
Fancy serving a fun cuppa to your guests? Then get your hands on these Royal Wedding tea bags from German company Donkey Products. The caricature tea bags show Prince William lying back in your mug with a toothy grin and Kate in a wedding dress.
£4.95 for the 2 tea bags from donkeyproducts.com
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