Royal Fever! 10 DIY Party Favors to Welcome Will & Kate's Baby

Following 2011’s over-the-top gorgeous royal wedding and the arrival of Will and Kate’s first baby, it seems royal fever has been at an all-time high for the last couple of years. Not that you’ll hear me complaining! I’m kind in love with all things royal and everything British, and I’ve been known to frequently practice my British accent without forewarning. (Yup, I’m that girl.) So, with parties and weddings galore coming up this summer and a little royal inspiration in mind, I’ve rounded up 10 DIY party favors that will get you in the royal spirit!

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    From scones to homemade tea bags, click through for 10 DIY party favors that are supremely royal!

  • Chocolate Seal Mini Cakes 2 of 11
    Chocolate Seal Mini Cake Favors

    There's just something about a good old-fashioned wax seal that feels especially royal. Little mini cake favors with chocolate seal monograms? They're as good as a royal decree!
    Get the how-to at Once Wed | Photo by Ali Harper

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    Homemade Shortbread Favors

    These are simply perfect for showers, weddings and parties! I love the idea of making homemade shortbread as favors. Packaged  in parchment paper, they're a simple yet super tasty (and especially British) treat.
    Get the how-to at 100 Layer Cake

  • Candy Popper Favors 4 of 11
    Candy Popper Favors

    A play on British Christmas crackers, these candy poppers are the perfect way to had a royal touch to your next celebration. Make them from crepe paper, an old toilet paper roll and fill them up with the candy you love best!
    Get the how-to at Style Me Pretty | Photo by Jackie Wonders

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    DIY Teacup Candle Favors

    The British's love for tea is legendary, so vintage teacups made into the prettiest candles make a perfectly royal favor!
    Get the how-to at Hey Gorg | Photo by Jenna McKenzie

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    DIY Tea Bag Favors

    Tea is basically as British as the Union Jack itself so these super pretty DIY tea bags make an awesome favor with royal flavor! Make your own by buying your favorite loose tea and stashing it in little bags made from cheesecloth.
    Get the how-to at Ruffled

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    DIY Fresh Flower Hair Bows

    I'm jealous of the Brits and their tradition of donning hats and fascinators at special occasions — at weddings in particular. How fun would it be to make little fresh flower fascinator hair bows as favors for a bridal shower or bachelorette party? Love!
    Get the how-to at Studio DIY

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    Pimm's Cup Favors

    One of my favorite summer cocktail, the Pimm's Cup, is as British as such things get! Put a twist on this favorite by gifting guests with little mini bottle of Pimm's with a recipe attached!
    Get the Pimm's Cup and other recipes from Pimm's

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    Strawberry Scone Favors

    Another favorite of the Brits'? Why, scones, of course! Which naturally makes little bags filled with strawberry scone mix and a little whisk a pretty awesome favor!
    Get the how-to at Fabric Paper Glue

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    DIY Spotted Teacups

    As easy as dressing up a simple white teacup with a porcelain marker, you can whip these teacups up as favors for guests to enjoy their tea in style!
    Get the how-to at Maria Just Do It

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    Homemade Jam Favors

    Blueberry jam is kind of the perfect way to enjoy your scones and tea, so little jars of homemade jam are a sure way to spoil your guests and make them feel like the royals do!
    Get the how-to at 100 Layer Cake | Photos by Scott Clark


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