TV chef Lorraine Pascale, comedian Paul O’Grady, radio presenter Edith Bowman and newsreader Natasha Kaplinsky have come up with their top tips on throwing a Royal Wedding street party in aid of Save the Children.
Lorraine Pascale‘s Royal Wedding dinner party menu includes canapés of parmesan and poppy seed lollipops and sun-dried tomato and rosemary palmiers to go with pre-dinner drinks. She also recommends whisky and chilli prawns as a starter, peppered beef with cognac and parma-wrapped green beans as a main, and a delicious blueberry and lemon millefeuille for dessert.
Chat show host Paul O’Grady expressed how excited he was about the Royal Wedding celebrations and has even created a Royal Wedding sweepstake game for the Save the Children party pack.
He said: ‘Whether you love baking a batch of your favourite muffins, or enjoy getting dressed up in your favourite party clothes, please join me in putting on your glad rags and dancing up a storm.’
Radio 1 DJ Edith Bowman suggested some music for a lively street party, including Beyoncé’s Single Ladies, Florence & The Machine’s You Got the Love, The Wannadies’s You and Me Song and Primal Scream’s Come Together.
Newsreader Natasha Kaplinsky gave her top tip for a succesful street party too and suggestsgetting a mention from your local paper or radio station as free advertising and potential guests if you’re organising a public event!
Download the whole fundraising street party pack at bornto.savethechildren.org.uk
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