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Great Ways to Celebrate a Royal Wedding
It’s that time again, it’s been a long 7 years since the last Royal
wedding, and on the 19th May Great Britain will be brought together
again through the celebration of His Royal Highness Prince Harry and his
wife to be Meghan Markle’s wedding. With Hotel Co-owner Sue Cressman
being part of the choir releasing the official Royal Wedding charity single,
everyone here at Nailcote Hall will be celebrating the wedding. With
this in mind, we’ve put together our top tips on how fans of the Royal
Family could celebrate the royal wedding.
Let’s face it, you probably weren't one of the 600 invitees to the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle? We doubt you can sneak into Windsor Castle? That’s not a problem, there's plenty of ways you can celebrate the wedding, here’s our list:
Enjoy A Spot of Afternoon Tea
Britain is built around parties and civilised celebrations. The backbone of this country is held together with clotted cream and jam. Tea is the nation's drink of choice and ingrained into our very soul. So why not spend the afternoon of the Royal Wedding experiencing the finest of the UK's famous delicacies with some wonderful afternoon tea at Nailcote Hall?
We’ll have all the coverage from the Royal Wedding which starts at Mid-day, and will carry on into late Saturday afternoon so you won’t miss anything!
Spend the Afternoon Outside
Street parties are a great option to spend your day. Whilst they
aren't everywhere, every significant Royal Celebration involves a street
party. For an official street party, your local council will be
involved and it will be of a significant size. However, there will be
hundreds of private events all across the UK - so if you’re planning on
attending your nearest one, do a quick Facebook search, with many street
parties being listed on the platform. For example information on a
local Warwickshire street party can found here.
With all officially organised parties, the Council will provide
organisers with required traffic signs for use on the day of
celebrations to divert traffic away from the festivities.
Host a Garden Party
If you want something more lowkey, invite your neighbours and family round for a small garden party. Make everyone aware of the plans and hopefully they will also help out with the arrangements. It’s a great excuse to decorate your home in the colours of the Union Jack and feel patriotic for the day. This is a time of celebration and of coming together and a great excuse to build relationships with your neighbours so get the food and drink out and celebrate our Sovereignty. Remember though this is a British celebration, and it wouldn’t be complete without a few sweets and treats, so scones covered with delicious cream and strawberry jam are a must! Made better with a heavenly cup of tea, or something ‘stronger’ to wash it all down with, and you can’t get any more British than that!
Whatever you choose, we hope your May 19th will be full of
festivities and great times. Great Britain will be cheering on Harry and
Meghan as they tie the knot. So, enjoy your weekend of parties and
treats, however if your thinking of getting away to enjoy the weekend
somewhere relaxing, spending the afternoon indulging in some Afternoon
Tea , then we will welcome you with a royal smile to our Warwickshire
hotel. Book your stay with Nailcote Hall Hotel today.
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