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Are you ready to royal wedding party away on Saturday?

We are, and we’re sharing favorite fast, easy bites and bevs for your own diy viewing soirée

The #1 flavor of Meghan and Harry's royal wedding: Lemon Elderflower. This is their wedding cake being served at the reception, and a perfect way to serve up your own royal wedding tastes. Cupcakes, tarts, even cocktails - infuse the two flavors together for love on a plate. Shown here: Swirlz Cupcakes, served up in pretty teacups.

By the way - the flowers Meghan is sure to carry and feature are blush and ivory peony, her favorite flower, featured many times on her instagram.

Swoon. Gold handpainted monogrammed macaron? Yes please.

Tiny pressed floral sugar cookies? Oh my, yes please. These are all from Toni Patisserie. Yum.

Heart shaped tea sandwiches with radish, butter and parsley...I mean.

Smoked salmon and dill, or cucumber cream cheese tea sandwiches are perfect English bites. Easy to make in advance, and store in a container with a damp paper towel over top, to keep the sandwiches moist. Don't forget scones served up with jam, cream and butter.

Meghan and Harry's favorite childhood foods are sure to appear on the party menu.

His: curry eggs. Serve them up as tiny frittatas sprinkled with curry. Also peanut butter muffins. Bake mini muffins and top with a schmear of pb and jelly.

Hers: Mac and cheese with peas. Serve in mini bowls for fast and easy self serve bites.

All the handpainted his and hers wedding cookies...from Toni Patisserie.

Last, you need a cocktail, bien sur.

Nothing says royal wedding like a Royal-Tea.

Mix Earl Grey tea, cooled, with a fabulous British Gin. Pour over ice. Add a splash of lemon juice, and pour into a glass. Garnish with a lime slice.

Cheers to the royal couple! May all your dreams come true.

Cupcakes: Swirlz Cupcakes

Sweets and Savory: Toni Patisserie



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