Royal Wedding Party: What food should you be eating?


The Royal Wedding is just days away and plans need to be made about the Royal Wedding Party. Like what food should you be eating?

The wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle is just days away now and many are planning on holding a party. But what do you eat on such an occasion? Do you eat burgers? Do you have strawberries? What food do you eat when having a Royal Wedding Party?

Truth to be told, you can have whatever the heck you bloody feel like really, I am sure the Royal family will not be sending out an envoy to ensure all Royal Wedding Parties are up to standard. But if you do fancy throwing a very elegant and very British Royal Wedding Party there are some must-have foods you need to get.

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The BBC is your ideal location for what you will need to hold a very British Royal Wedding Party. You can look around at other places for ideas as well but the BBC site has all the ideal food listed in one place and the recipes to go with them as well.

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A grand total of 61 recipes have been listed on their page. You will have to visit them to get the recipes but here are some of the ideas they recommended to have when hosting a Royal Wedding Party.

  • Lemon & elderflower celebration cake
  • Tea & biscuits cheesecake bars
  • Egg & cress club sandwich
  • Classic scones with jam & clotted cream
  • Lemon drizzle flapjacks
  • Rhubarb gin
  • Custard tarts
  • Raspberry Bakewell cake
  • Lemon & poppyseed cupcakes
  • Yummy golden syrup flapjacks
  • Elderflower & lemon cordial
  • Carrot patch cake
  • Cheese & Marmite sausage rolls
  • Butternut Bakewell bars
  • Pimm’s
  • Banoffee muffins with cream & salted caramel
  • Fruit scones
  • Rhubarb & gingernut cheesecake
  • Selection of summer sandwiches
  • Chocolate caramel cake
  • Lemon kisses
  • No-cook strawberry & balsamic tartlets
  • Summer celebration cake
  • Cheddar scones
  • Vegan lemon cake

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Are you planning on holding a Royal Wedding Party? Will you be making any of these dishes? Share what you have planned by leaving a comment below.