12 Stylish Ways To Celebrate The Royal Wedding

From regal afternoon tea to irresistible cocktails fit for a queen, discover The Wordrobe’s pick of the best ways to celebrate the royal wedding this weekend

PLUS: Win £75 worth of Gü Puds’ Royal Wedding Limited Edition puddings


1 The Kensington


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The Kensington will be celebrating the upcoming Royal Wedding with a bespoke Royal cocktail menu at the beautiful K Bar with offerings including; Markle Sparkle and Suits You Harry, inspired by the soon to be newlyweds.

Guests are invited to celebrate with three special drinks: Markle Sparkle, £15; Auchentoshan Three Wood, tonka bean and star anise syrup; Suits You, Harry, £13; Ketel One Orange, campari and Mazanilla dry sherry and Dubonnet & Gin (The Queen’s favourite) £13; Dubbonet and gin

Where: The Kensington Hotel, 109 – 113 Queen’s Gate, London SW7 5LP
When: Available until 21st May
Bookings: Click here to find out more and make a reservation


2 Temper City


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Save the date (and arguments) on 19th May by purchasing a ticket at temper for an exclusive screening of two of the most anticipated events of the year: The Royal Wedding and…the FA Cup.

Your ticket includes:
• 75” screen to enjoy all the action
• Delicious temper style Royal feast
• A glass of bubbles to toast the happy couple (or winning team)
• Half bottle of house wine or 2 pints of draught beer

When: Saturday 19th May, 12.30pm – 7pm
Where: Temper City, 2, Angel Court, 30 Throgmorton St, London EC2R 7HJ
Wallet: £45 per person
Bookings: Click here to find out more and make a reservation


3 The London EDITION


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The London EDITION will be hosting a live wedding screening and the Royal Scandal Water special at the reservations-only Punch Room. To mark the occasion, the award winning team behind the Punch Room bar have created a menu of quintessentially British treats to be enjoyed whilst watching the festivities unfold.

The Royal Scandal Water will include a glass of Ruinart champagne, as well as traditional delights including Victoria Sponge, English Trifle, Cucumber and cream cheese sandwiches and Berners Tavern’s much celebrated pork pie.

The offering will be complimented by English breakfast or Earl Grey tea before a glass of Punch Room’s Regency Punch is served as a toast to the occasion.

When: Saturday 19th May,  11.30am -3pm
Where:10 Berners St, Fitzrovia, London W1T 3NP
Wallet: £55 per person
Bookings: Click here to find out more or make a reservation


4 Jumeirah Carlton Tower


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Jumeirah Carlton Tower, a landmark luxury hotel in the heart of Knightsbridge, is celebrating its Royal ties in time for the Royal event of the year; the wedding of HRH Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.

As the world goes Royal-wedding-crazy in the lead-up to the big day, The Rib Room Bar & Restaurant at Jumeirah Carlton Tower will be undertaking its routine Royal-worthy meal preparation. The restaurant has been serving top-quality beef from the Royal Warrant Holder, Donald Russell, for four years – visit to tuck into a regal feast.

For something extravagant, book the high-end Royal Suite, which lives up to its elite name. The Royal Suite offers a truly elevated standard of living, wowing guests with a King Size bed, butler service, truly breath-taking view over Knightsbridge and a modern kitchen with a 10 seat dining room table.



  5 Coworth Park


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In celebration of the Royal Wedding this May, Dorchester Collection’s luxury country house hotel and spa, Coworth Park has launched a Royal Wedding Afternoon Tea.

With ingredients sourced from the finest British suppliers, the afternoon tea will include finger sandwiches (with the roast beef sourced from nearby Windsor Estate and the eggs taken from Royal Legbar), traditional scones and delectable pastries fit for royalty.

The pastries include a chocolate brownie tart with salted caramel (as the Royals are all rumoured to love chocolate), as well as a lemon and elderflower drizzle cake, the flavour of Prince Harry and Meghan’s wedding cake.

An Earl Grey tea mousse with apricot and vanilla will also be served as a nod to HRH The Queen and her favourite tea. A glass of Windsor Estate sparkling wine will also accompany the tea.

When: The Royal Wedding Afternoon Tea is available until Monday, May 28, 2018
Where: Blacknest Rd, Sunningdale, Ascot SL5 7SE
Wallet: £35 per person or £50 per person served with a glass of Windsor Estate sparkling wine
Bookings: Click here to make a reservation


6 L’Ami Malo


L’Ami Malo, a new contemporary crêperie in the heart of Spitalfields, is celebrating the forthcoming royal nuptials the Breton way.  Head chef and classically-trained patissier, William Guillemot, has created a stunning multi-tiered crêpe wedding cake with high quality ingredients and the good news is he’s giving everyone dining at L’Ami Malo on the ‘big day’ a complimentary, celebratory slice.

Named after St George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle where Meghan and Harry will tie the knot, Le Gâteau de Crêpes Saint Georges features layer upon layer of crêpes mille feuille-style, filled with raspberry cream on a vanilla and rose sponge base.

The cake is finished off with seasonal berries and red and white roses in keeping with the St George’s flag and England’s patron saint.

When: 19th May 2018.
Where: L’Ami Malo, 14 Artillery Passage, London. E1 7LJ
Bookings: Email info@lamimalo.com or visit www.lamimalo.com


7 Roast


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Roast are launching a limited edition Royal Menu to celebrate the upcoming nuptials.  Feast on roasted butterflied king prawns with garlic butter to start, followed by roast baby chicken with maple glazed bacon and gravy for main (in a nod to the royal couple’s infamous engagement) and Strawberry Eton Mess with rose petals to finish, paying homage to Harry’s education.

When: Available until Saturday 19th May
Where: The Floral Hall, Stoney Street, London SE1 1TL
Wallet: £37.50 for the three courses, or £47 with a Negroni, Meghan’s personal favourite cocktail!


8 The Stafford London


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The Stafford London in St James’s will be screening the wedding in The American Bar, The Lounge, and The Game Bird restaurant. Even better, they will be offering special dishes and cocktails on the day, including Grilled Dover sole with Dubonnet sauce and Boîtes des fraises Reine Elizabeth.

The five-star hotel’s classic afternoon tea will also be given a celebratory twist, with sandwiches including Jam “pennies” and Coronation chicken, and sweet treats such as Victoria sponge with strawberry jam.

When: Saturday 19th May
Where: 16-18 St James’s Pl, St. James’s, London SW1A 1NJ


9 Bluebird


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The celebrated Chelsea restaurant has spread its wings to the west and opened Bluebird Café at the Television Centre White City, one of London’s hottest new developments.

To celebrate the Royal Wedding, the already buzzing year-round terrace (which opens out onto a piazza overlooked by the Television Centre’s famous circular core) will be decorated with traditional British bunting, whilst a special party brunch menu will feature British classics such as Eton Mess and The Ultimate Breakfast Butty alongside celebratory dishes such as Lobster Benedict.

Guests can raise a glass (or two) to the happy couple by opting for the bottomless brunch menu for £15 per person.

When: Saturday 19th May
Where: Television Centre, Wood Ln, White City, London W12 7FR


10 Plum + Spilt Milk


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Diners can celebrate the Royal Wedding with a very British feast for two at Plum + Spilt Milk. In honour of Prince Harry’s proposal over a roast chicken, Executive Chef Mike Denman is serving a Herb-fed while free range chicken, brined & butter roasted breasts, duck fat confit legs, slow roasted garlic bread sauce, alongside sautéed new potatoes, parsley butter and seasonal vegetables.

Where: Great Northern Hotel, Kings Cross St Pancras Station, Pancras Rd, Kings Cross, London N1C 4TB
Wallet: Priced at £55 per person


11 Rubens


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The Rubens at The Palace Hotel sits on Buckingham Palace Road, a stone’s throw from all Royal action. They will be offering a delectable themed WeddingAfternoon Tea in honour of the upcoming Royal Wedding.

The tea will include Elderflower and lemon cheesecake, to match the wedding cake chosen by the happy couple, as well as Chocolate biscuit cake, in honour of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s wedding cake in 2011.

To make sure this is a real royal occasion, there will even be Jammy Dodger biscuits, a childhood favourite to honour the new baby Prince. To make the most of the occasion, guests can enjoy the tea whilst watching the wedding live on screen at the Rubens Palace Lounge.

Guests can also order ‘A WeddingStory’ cocktail, combining British and American flavours, including Chapter 11 English Whisky, Balblair 99 Bourbon infused sugar cube, Rubens homemade Champagne Vermouth and a touch of Lanson Fizz.

Where: 39 Buckingham Palace Rd, Westminster, London SW1W 0PS


 12 Sanderson


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Sanderson are celebrating the royal nuptials with their own Royal Wedding Party in Long Bar. With live music from Monroe and a set from DJ London Haarlem, don’t forget the Royal Wedding cocktail.

Complete with Bombay Gin, Earl Grey tea infusion, Pink Lady apples, maple syrup and champagne, this party will be the next best night out, only coming second to the Royal Wedding itself. There will even be a bespoke wedding cake on display, made of mini regal cupcakes to make it the occasion fit for royalty.

When: Saturday 19th May
Where: 50 Berners St, Fitzrovia, London W1T 3NG


PLUS: To celebrate the royal wedding The Wordrobe way, we’ve teamed up with Gü Puds to treat two lucky readers to £75 worth of Royal Wedding Limited Edition puddings.

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