Throw A Royal Wedding Reception Party of Your Own

Dream Horse and Carriage Standee
Your Royal Wedding Decorations are Complete with a Dream Horse and Carriage Standee

When you gather with friends to join over 1 billion around the world to watch the Royal Wedding, throw a little royal wedding reception party of your own!

Around the television, create and inviting royal wedding reception party space. As a royal wedding reception backdrop, use a dream horse and carriage standee fit to carry a new prince or princess (or king and queen)! Float a few Wedding Bells latex balloons across your party skyline to match the bells that will toll across London as the vows are completed. Pink, white and silver party streamers and tablecovers will add to the magical moment.

As Prince William and Princess Kate exit the cathedral, toss fairytale castle confetti with your guests.

For royal wedding reception beverages, start with a traditional cup of tea seved in a wedding elegance paper cup. These can be used for hot or cold beverages. Then, sip a celebratory glass of bubbly from plastic Champagne glasses. At the center of your royal wedding reception party food table, place a glitter castle centerpiece.

If you have little ones watching attending your royal wedding reception event, have a princess gumball machine on hand to silence their mouths so you don’t miss a vow!

Send your guests home with a glass slipper of their own which they can bring to the next royal wedding they attend. It may just be their own!

3 Comments

  • Posted April 26, 2011 at 2:53 PM | Permalink

    Great post! you have gathered all of the supplies needed. This is too cute. I will RT this!

  • Benicia
    Posted April 26, 2011 at 8:13 PM | Permalink

    This is almost a poem, it’s so perfect! The ideas are absolutely charming.

  • Chehebar
    Posted August 22, 2011 at 4:07 PM | Permalink

    You are definitely right on with what you posted. I could not agree with you more! Nice read!

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