Royal Wedding Deals

in London & Essex

Celebrate the Royal Wedding in true British style and indulge in one of these luxury afternoon teas or brunches in London and Essex…

Royal Wedding Bottomless Prosecco Brunch

Watch the Royal Wedding with free flowing prosecco at the Galvin Green Man in Chelmsford.

Celebrate Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s big day with a bottomless Prosecco brunch for £15 per person when you order a minimum of 2 courses. You can choose the Royal Upgrade for unlimited Galvin Champagne for £30 per person. They will of course be screening the ceremony so you won’t miss a thing!

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Address: Main Road, Howe Street, Great Waltham CM3 1BG
Call: 01245 408820

Royal Wedding Afternoon Tea at Down Hall

With the Royal Wedding fast approaching, Down Hall Hotel and Spa's talented pastry chefs have designed an Afternoon Tea fit for a Queen! For £30 per person, you will receive traditional sandwiches, scones and quintessentially British Royal sweet treats. Available to order from 14th - 22nd May.

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Address: Matching Rd, Hatfield Heath, Bishop's Stortford CM22 7AS
Call: 01279 731441

A Right Royal Celebration Tea at Fortnum & Mason

To celebrate the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, the iconic Fortnum & Mason is offering a special Afternoon Tea in their Diamond Jubilee Tea Salon throughout May. Book now to enjoy Champagne on arrival, hand-crafted scones, cakes and sandwiches, famous tea, and a parting gift of an exclusive Wedding Breakfast Blend at this venue synonymous with the monarchy.

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Address: Fortnum & Mason, 181 Piccadilly, London W1A 1ER
Call: (0) 20 7734 8040


Raise a glass to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle at one of the Royal Wedding Prêt-à-Portea masterclasses this May. Guided by the expert pastry team, you will create a collection of Prêt-à-Portea classics – including limited edition bridal couture biscuits. It’s a fun and fashionable way to celebrate the wedding of the year.

The Berkeley is hosting a series of Prêt-à-Portea Masterclasses with Head Pastry Chef Mourad Khiat to share the secrets behind fashion’s favourite afternoon tea.

The price for this one is available on request, but given that the regular masterclasses cost £225, you're probably looking at upwards of that for this one with additional bells and whistles.

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Address: The Berkeley, Wilton Place, Knightsbridge, London, SW1X 7RL
Call: (0)20 7235 6000


Whether you’re a Prince Harry fan, a Meghan Markle groupie, a proud Brit, or simply a lover of love, the upcoming royal wedding on Saturday 19th May is going to be a date to celebrate across the nation!

Aster will be hosting a royal brunch party on Saturday 19th May from 12pm to 4pm, showing the royal wedding on the big screen with bunting and fizz to celebrate. There will also be six exclusive royal cocktails that will be available throughout the week leading up to the wedding with tipples including the Markle Sparkle, the Botswana Sunrise, the Jolly Ginger, and the Happy Couple.

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Address: 150 Victoria Street, London SW1E 5LB
Call: 020 3875 5555

Plan Your Royal Wedding Party

Impress your guests with luxury party decorations fit for a queen!   Prince Harry & Meghan Markle are no doubt underway with exciting plans for their big day on May 19th. Therefore, we thought this is the perfect opportunity to start planning our Exquisite Royal Wedding party with a street party theme.  Create a perfectly patriotic event for all of your family and friends to enjoy on Saturday 19th May with themed decorations, quintessentially British treats, and a ravishing Royal dress code. Click here to honeymoon like Harry and Meghan!  Exquisite’s Royal Wedding Party Checklist: Bunting Balloons Napkins Union Jack Flag Freshly Baked Classic scones with jam & clotted cream Champagne and Strawberries Betty Blythe’s Tips for a Street Party   What afternoon wouldn’t be well spent at a street party. Children will love the colourfulness of the utterly traditional setting, grandparents can enjoy a nice sit down at a table filled with treats. The tradition of street parties has a long history as a popular way of celebrating special days. Many were organised to mark the end of WW1 and since that time, the community get-together has grown in popularity. They are an excellent way to get all of the neighbours together. SET THE SCENE Set up long stretches of oblong trestle tables covered with white tablecloths and a gathering of wooden chairs straight from the houses of the street (or an eclectic mix from friends and family). Colour it up by choosing a theme and try to stick to it for a chic effect. FOOD & DRINK  Suitable dishes for street parties include crudités and dips, sandwiches, scotch eggs, trifles and the classic jelly and ice-cream. A nice touch is to perhaps add a retro sweetie bag for the children and grownups to take away at the end of the party. Fill with blackjacks, fruit salads, sherbert fountains with a stick of liquorice, raspberry drops, liquorice allsorts, dolly mixtures, gobstoppers, sherbet lemons and toffees. SHOP LIKE A ROYAL IN LONDON Create a wedding day scent at Floris ( Get a bespoke tailored suit at Turnball & Asser ( Enjoy a ‘Right Royal Celebration’ afternoon tea at Fortnum & Mason ( Sparkle in a tiara fit for a Princess from Bentley & Skinner (  

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