Grab your hats, fascinators and bow ties, it’s time for another royal shindig! This time we’re celebrating the marriage of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. Here’s all you need for your Royal Wedding party, including a handy date and time schedule.
Royal Wedding Masks
A wedding celebration with bride and groom masks – what’s not to love about these two?! Whether you and your friends are on team Meghan or team Harry, you’re sure to raise laughs in these fun tributes to the nation’s favourite newlyweds.
Royal Wedding Costumes
Dressing-up for your royal wedding event will certainly get the party cheer going. Here are a few costumes perfect for a right royal knees-up…
Channel 90s chic and rock cool Britannia in these figure hugging, statement-seeking Union Jack Dresses. Go classic print or full-on sequins; you’re sure to gain stand-out status.
Rally the crowds in an eye-catching team GB style patriotic Cheerleader Costume, complete with sparkly red, silver and blue pom poms! This is a great group outfit for those wishing to celebrate en masse.
Costumes don’t get much more patriotic than our Union Jack Morphsuit. You can even drink through a morphsuit, so there’s no need to worry about missing a round! Why not team this with our large Union Jack flag to achieve maximum effect.
Royal Wedding Face Paint
Add some individualistic flair to your costume or party outfit with some patriotic Union Jack themed face paint designs. Flags to the eyes, cheeks or forehead, anything goes!
Royal Wedding Decorations
Bunting is a must-have for any wedding or garden party. Our Union Jack Bunting is the perfect accompaniment for what will be one of the nation’s biggest events of 2018. Join the crowds with a wave of our Hand Flags, or for full effect, drape a Large Union Jack Flag around your shoulders as you sing “Jerusalem” at the top of your voice. Large flags are also great for decorating your venue in true street parade style!
Royal Wedding Schedule
Date: Saturday 19th May
9.30am – 11am: Guests start arriving
11.20am: Arrival of the Royal Family
11.45am: Arrival of Prince Harry and his best man, the Duke of Cambridge
11.55am: Arrival of The Queen
11.59am: Arrival of Ms Markle
12pm – 1pm: Royal Wedding service
1pm: Newlyweds depart in carriage procession
Afternoon: The Queen hosts first wedding reception
7pm: Prince Charles hosts second wedding reception