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Are You Throwing a Royal Wedding Party?

Is anyone throwing a big Royal Wedding Party on April 29? For those of us in the States, we’ll most likely have to DVR the royal wedding, considering the ceremony starts at 6 a.m. EST (11 a.m. in London) and the processional will be even earlier. Plus, most of us won’t have off from work like the Brits do.

Regardless, it’s a fun excuse to gather your girlfriends to ooh and aah over this historic wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton. But rather than just flipping on the TV and plopping on the couch, why not go all out with the party planning? Live vicariously through Kate as she walks down the aisle? Here are some fun additions to your Royal Wedding Party:

These royal wedding cupcake toppers are the perfect snack for your viewing party.

Or you can make your very own Royal Wedding Cake and place these William and Kate wooden pegs up top. How cute! ($20 from Cake Mates)

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Decorate your living room with this applique bunting from Hip Hip Hooray. Not only is it perfect for the Royal Wedding, but you can use it again and again for any kind of celebration. ($74.47 from Sew Sweet Violet.)

royal wedding party

You can even display this beautiful William and Kate tea towel at your Royal Wedding party, which will serve as a lasting reminder of the big day! ($16 from Taylor’s Type.)

And don’t forget to serve tea on these Royal Wedding coasters! ($15 from Claryce Design)

Did you wait until the last minute to throw together your Royal Wedding viewing party? This printable party collection is everything you need — including invitations, six different party tags, patterned sheets to line trays and platters, party toppers, four different bunting designs and three different signs. And it’s only $7 from Bird Crafts Shop.

Also check out:

*The Royal Wedding: ETSY Style

*Kate Middleton’s Royal Wedding Style

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