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Plan a last-minute royal wedding watch party

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Victoria Sandwich Cake (Julia Ewan/The Washington Post)

Food with flair

Follow food editor Bonnie Benwick’s advice and impress your guests with a beautiful Victoria Sandwich Cake. In keeping with British breakfast traditions, you could also shower your friends with scones or a plate of Chocolate Poundcake Tea Sandwiches.


Unfortunately, there isn’t enough time to completely redesign your home in full British fashion, but you can break out your red-white-and-blue trimmings. Add a splash of Union Jack to your table with these lovely (and free) royal wedding party printables from DesignEditor.

Know the schedule

Plan ahead with this guide to watching the royal wedding and our handy program chart and event timetable.

Share your photos

We want to see what kind of royal wedding extravaganza you cook up, so send us your best pictures and ideas or share them with us on twitter @poststyle. In the meantime, we can’t get enough of these royal wedding cupcakes.

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