The Royal Wedding – Wills and Kate Plus Eight Million Fascinated Viewers

keep calm and marry onJust because America broke up with England a few hundred years ago doesn’t mean we’re not still desperately interested in their royal family. Especially since it’s about to be infiltrated by a commoner like us. If you’re as excited as we are about the Royal Wedding a week from today, we’ve got some great ideas for a Royal Wedding Watching Party that will knock your Union Jack socks off.

First of all, you might have fun playing around with the Keep Calm O-Matic,
which lets you substitute anything you want for the famous KEEP CALM
and CARRY ON poster. KEEP WELL and MARRY ON, perhaps? It’s totally
free, and you can add a different graphic, change the background color,
and even have your creation printed on a variety of shirts or posters at
their Zazzle shop.

royal wedding teabags

If you need unexpectedly hip party goods, you can’t go wrong with our friends at Plum Party.
They’ve got a great selection of Royal Wedding party supplies including paper goods, reasonably priced derby
hats, and even some hilarious teabags with Will and Kate toppers.

Printable Royal Wedding party invite

Print as many Wedding Watching Party invites as you need for one price with this kicky Royal Wedding Watching party invite by bnute on Etsy. Flag? Check. Tea? Check. Fancy font? Check. Time to RSVP, dahling.

Union Jack Onesie from Sandbox Threads



And don’t forget your own little Prince (or Princess!) Charming. Oh, baby, will your kid be adorable in a Union Jack onesie or tee from our friends at Sandbox Threads.


Royal Wedding Cupcake Toppers by Hunky Dory Home


The
wedding cake will be… fruitcake? Really? But Prince William has also
asked McVitie’s to make a chocolate biscuit flavored cake according to a
Buckingham family recipe. Share his tasty, digestive joy with some McVitie’s of your own. If you want to be super-duper fancy, you can even use these Royal Wedding cupcake toppers
from British shop Hunky Dory Home. They’re edible, made in Britain, and
pricey. But definitely fit for a Queen when served on a China saucer
with tea, natch.~Delilah

Admit it–who’s going to be home watching the royal wedding? We will!
 

Delilah

Senior Associate Editor Delilah S. Dawson puts the chic in geek. Ask her anything about Star Wars. Really.

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