Free King’s Coronation Printable Decorations and Bunting Flags!

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These Free King’s Coronation Printable Decorations are just what you need to celebrate the coronation of King Charles III and the Queen Consort on May 6th, 2023!

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A selection of King's Coronation printables mocked up to demonstrate what they would look like - cupcake wrappers, bottle wrappers, flags etc., Text overlay says "Free Printables for the King's Coronation". Further images are individual mockups as described.

With free printable bunting, flags, invitations, paper chains, cupcake toppers, and more.

Everything you need to decorate for the new King’s coronation can be found here!

Please be patient as the page loads all of the downloads and accompanying images. There are 16 different printable sets available to download!

They are designed to match together with the Union flag as the background (some have the King’s cipher as the background too), as well as being embellished with an image of King Charles III, his cipher, and phrases like “The Kings Coronation”.

Scroll through this post to download the free Coronation printable decorations.

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Free King’s Coronation Printable Decorations

The printable King’s Coronation decorations including Union Flag bunting are all free to download and print.

Each printable is listed on this page for you to download – look out for the purple boxes!

Scroll through to get the decorations you need for your Coronation party!

The free printable decorations include:

Bottle Wrappers, Bunting Flags, Cocktail Flags, Cupcake Toppers, Cupcake Wrappers, Favor Bag Labels, Buffet Food Labels, Coronation Party Invitations, Mini Cake Flags, Napkin Rings, Paper Chains, Paper Liners for Trays, Popcorn Boxes, Popcorn Cones, Posters, and Straw Flags

Remembering Queen Elizabeth II

On 8th September 2022, the UK’s longest reigning monarch, Queen Elizabeth II died… her son, Prince Charles was next in line to the Crown, and as such, Prince Charles became King Charles III on that day.

I am sure many will remember the moment that they learned of the Queen’s passing – I know I do…

As a nation, we mourned and remembered her long, 70-year reign, which we had celebrated just a few months before with the Platinum Jubilee.

For most of us, Queen Elizabeth II is all we have known, and I think, that despite her old age (96), it was still a big shock as so many things changed with her passing.

The UK now has a King – the first since 1952 – and while he has already ascended the throne, he will be officially crowned at his Coronation, which is due to take place on May 6, 2023.

Many events and celebrations will no doubt be announced in the UK (and throughout the Commonwealth) to mark this historic occasion, and of course, I have made a whole set of free printable Coronation decorations to go with it!

For the kids here are some fun crafts and activities for them to do:

King Charles III Free Coronation Party Printables

King Charles III Coronation Printables

  • The printables have two different background designs – the Union Flag and the King’s cipher. You can mix and match to your heart’s content!
  • The printables have also been embellished with an image of King Charles III, his cipher, and phrases like “The Kings Coronation” as you’ll see in all of the demonstration images. Some have blank areas for you to write in accordingly.
  • These printables may be updated as the months leading up to the King’s Coronation go by.
  • You will find the printable downloads throughout this page, they are surrounded by a purple box outline.
  • Printables are available in A4 and US Letter Paper sizes.
  • Tap the purple download buttons to save the printable to your device. Download the size that is suitable for your printer.
  • Instructions on how to use or make the printable can be found below the download box.
  • Over the years I’ve created a variety of printables, make sure you check out the rest of my 200+ Free Printables!
           
Free Printable The King's Coronation Bottle Wrappers

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How To Use Printable Coronation Bottle Wrappers

  • There are 7 different bottle wrappers in this set.
  • Download the free printable file to your device (tap the printable size button you need above).
  • Using a printer, simply print as many of the King’s Coronation Bottle Wrappers as you need onto white paper.
  • Cut out carefully using scissors or a paper trimmer.
  • Remove any existing labels from bottles and replace them with your printed ones.
  • Wrap the wrapper around the bottle and secure it at the back with sticky tape.
Free Printable The King's Coronation Bunting Flags
Free Printable The King's Coronation Bunting to Colour In!

Download King’s Coronation Bunting

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How to Use Printable King’s Coronation Bunting

  • There are separate downloads for the coloured bunting and the bunting to colour in.
  • The full-colour versions include the Union flag, block colours of red, white, and blue, a flag with King Charles III, one with his cipher, and the last in this set with the words “Coronation of the King”.
  • The versions to colour in are the Union flag, with the King’s cipher, and a blank flag to design your own.
  • They are available in two sizes in the same printable document.
  • Download the free printable file to your device (tap the printable size button you need above).
  • Using a printer, simply print as many of the King’s Coronation Bunting Flags as you need onto good-quality white paper.
  • Cut out carefully using scissors or a paper trimmer.
  • Cut a piece of string to the length you desire (leaving extra at the ends to tie the bunting up).
  • Using a hole punch, punch holes in the top right and left corners of each flag and thread through onto the string.
  • You can laminate your flags if you like so that they last a bit longer – especially if hanging outside.
  • Cut the flags first and then lay them between laminating sheets and run them through your laminator.
  • Carefully cut around each flag again leaving a small gap so that the laminate stays together!
  • Punch holes, string up, and hang the bunting where desired.
Free Printable The King's Coronation Cocktail Flags

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How To Use Printable King’s Coronation Cocktail Flags

  • There are 5 different cocktail flags in this set.
  • Download the free printable file to your device (tap the printable size button you need above).
  • Using a printer, simply print as many of the King’s Coronation Cocktail Flags as you need onto white paper.
  • Cut out carefully using scissors or a paper trimmer.
  • The cocktail flags can be used on cocktail sticks/toothpicks, cocktail stirrers, or straws.
  • Apply glue to the blank side of the flags, fold them around the stick/straw, and carefully line up the edges before pressing them together to seal them in place. Make sure to leave a gap at the top if using it to make straw flags.
Free Printable The King's Coronation Cupcake Toppers

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How To Use Printable King’s Coronation Cupcake Toppers

  • There are 8 different cupcake toppers in this set with the Union flag background and different central images – King Charles, the cipher, a crown, and the words “The King’s Coronation 6 May 2023″ and ” Keep Calm and Have A Cupcake”.
  • Download the free printable file to your device (tap the printable size button you need above).
  • Using a printer, simply print as many of the King’s Coronation Cupcake Toppers as you need onto good-quality white paper.
  • Cut out carefully using scissors or a 2″ Circle Punch.
  • Attach a cocktail stick to the back of each topper and secure it with tape. Place into cupcakes!
  • I’ve got lots of fun and easy Cupcake Recipes for Parties and celebrations for you to try out – right-click and open a new tab to read next.
Free Printable The King's Coronation Cupcake Wrappers

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How To Use Printable King’s Coronation Cupcake Wrappers

  • This set has 6 different cupcake wrappers.
  • Download the free printable file to your device (tap the printable size button you need above).
  • Using a printer, simply print as many of the King’s Coronation Cupcake Wrappers as you need onto good-quality white paper.
  • Cut out carefully using scissors and wrap around to form the cupcake wrapper
  • Secure the wrapper with tape or glue then place the cooked cupcake inside the wrapper.
  • Do Not use these wrappers to cook cupcakes! They are for decorative use only.
Free Printable The King's Coronation Favor Bag Labels

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How To Use Printable King’s Coronation Favor Bag Labels

  • These favor bag labels say: “King Charles III Coronation 6 May 2023” on one side, and “Thank You For Celebrating The King’s Coronation With Us” on the other side. There are two different designs – one with an image of the King and the other with his cipher.
  • There are two different sizes in this printable:
  • Download the free printable file to your device (tap the printable size button you need above).
  • Using a printer, simply print as many of the King’s Coronation Favor Bag Labels as you need onto good-quality white paper.
  • Cut out carefully using scissors or a paper trimmer and fold in half.
  • Fill your cellophane bags with any kind of treats you like – gold coins or red, white, and blue sweets would all work well for the King’s Coronation!
  • Place the folded label at the top of the folded bag and staple it in place on either side – making sure to go through the bag too.
  • I’ve got a very old tutorial with step-by-step photos demonstrating how to make party favor bags.
Free Printable The King's Coronation Food Labels

Download King’s Coronation Buffet Food Labels

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How To Use Printable King’s Coronation Food Labels

When entertaining, especially at a buffet, I like to label the food so guests know what is what, and I don’t have to keep explaining to them!

  • There are 2 different food label designs in this set with the Union flag background – one with a cipher and one without. Names of food on the images are for illustrative purposes, the labels themselves are blank.
  • Download the free printable file to your device (tap the printable size button you need above).
  • Using a printer, simply print as many of the King’s Coronation Food Labels as you need onto good-quality white paper.
  • Cut out carefully using scissors or a paper trimmer.
  • Write the food items in the blank space available and fold the labels in half like a tent.
Free Printable The King's Coronation Party Invitations

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How To Use Printable King’s Coronation Invitations

  • There are 3 different wordings on these invitations, which after the words “Please join us to celebrate the Coronation of” says:
    • King Charles III
    • King Charles III and Queen Camilla
    • King Charles III and The Queen Consort
    • And the date of the Coronation – Saturday 6th May 2023
  • The same three invitation styles are also included without the date for you to write on your own.
  • Download the free printable file to your device (tap the printable size button you need above).
  • Using a printer, simply print as many of the King’s Coronation Invitations as you need onto white paper. (There are two invitations per page).
  • Cut out carefully using scissors or a paper trimmer.
  • Fill in with address, time, and RSVP details.
  • Please note that there is no envelope template included – the ones you see in the images above are for illustrative purposes only.
Free Printable The King's Coronation Mini Cake Flags

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How to Use Printable King’s Coronation Mini Cake Flags

These mini flags are super cute and would look awesome strung across a cake, or as mini bunting hung wherever you can hang bunting!

  • There are 5 different mini cake flags in this set.
  • Download the free printable file to your device (tap the printable size button you need above).
  • Using a printer, simply print as many of the King’s Coronation Mini Cake Flags as you need onto good-quality white paper.
  • Cut out carefully using scissors or a paper trimmer.
  • Fold over and hang over a piece of string, fishing line, or ribbon and use a glue stick to secure it in place.
  • Hang where desired, or if using across a cake, tie to two straws inserted into the top of the cake as demonstrated in the illustration above.
Free Printable The King's Coronation Napkin Rings

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How To Use Printable King’s Coronation Napkin Rings

If I am serving food at a party that requires knives, forks, and spoons (cutlery/party silverware) then I like to bundle them up in a napkin and hold them all together with a paper napkin ring. It’s a simple way to add another touch of theming to the party.

  • There are 7 different napkin ring designs in this set.
  • Download the free printable file to your device (tap the printable size button you need above).
  • Using a printer, simply print as many of the King’s Coronation Napkin Rings as you need onto white paper.
  • Cut out carefully using scissors or a paper trimmer.
  • Roll a knife, fork, spoon (or whatever you’re using) into a napkin then wrap the napkin ring around it.
  • Secure in place with a piece of tape at the back.
  • You may have to adjust the length of the napkin ring, so cut down to size if you find they are too long.
Free Printable The King's Coronation Paper Chains

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How To Make Printable King’s Coronation Paper Chains

Paper chains are one of the cheapest and easiest party decorations that you can make! You literally need strips of paper and some glue or sticky tape.

  • There are 6 different paper chain designs in this set. Mix and match as desired!
  • Download the free printable file to your device (tap the printable size button you need above).
  • Using a printer, simply print as many of the King’s Coronation Paper Chains as you need onto white paper.
  • Cut out carefully using scissors or a paper trimmer.
  • The video at the top of the screen demonstrates how to make paper chains in case you don’t know how to do it.
  • Take one of the strips and add a dab of glue (I used a glue roller, as you’ll see in the video; you could also use a glue stick) on one end, and fold it around to form a circle. This is the first loop in your chain. Now, slide another strip of paper into that loop, add a dab of glue on the end, and fold around to form a circle that is attached to the first loop.
  • Continue linking the loops until you get the length of the chain you desire, then hang it across walls, mantles, or anywhere you want to decorate!
Free Printable The King's Coronation Paper Liners for Trays & Platters

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How To Use Printable King’s Coronation Paper Liners for Trays

These paper tray liners are great for tying the theme together as they can sit on plates, platters, boards, and trays for party food to sit on.

  • There are 2 different paper tray liner designs in this set.
  • There are 4 different sizes – the larger ones will need a special printer or can be sent to a print shop.
  • The A4, A3, and US Letter sizes have patterns in both vertical and horizontal orientation.
  • Download the free printable file to your device (tap the printable size button you need above).
  • Using a printer, simply print as many of the King’s Coronation Paper Tray Liners as you need onto white paper.
  • Due to margins, you may have to trim a white outline. Cut out carefully using scissors or a paper trimmer. You could also cut shapes, such as circles for round plates.
  • Use to line trays, plates, and platters for your party food.
  • Here are other uses for the paper tray liners:
  • Make paper lanterns or paper hand fans – these make fun decorations in their own right. The examples are from my Chinese New Year printables.
  • Laminate the regular-size sheets and use them as placemats for the dinner table.
  • Use as gift wrap. When printed, the regular-sized (A4/US) wrapping paper is only enough for small gifts (here is some Christmas wrapping paper I made a few years ago to show you an example), but you can, of course, combine sheets.
  • Turn into gift bows! How to make DIY gift bows tutorial
  • Turn into envelopes to send old-fashioned snail mail (plenty of templates online).
  • Put it in a frame and hang it on the wall for some quick party decor.
  • Cut into squares and use as origami paper (again, search online for templates and instructions).
  • Use them in your scrapbook or journal as a background.
  • Cut into squares and use to make pinwheels.
Free Printable The King's Coronation Popcorn Boxes

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How To Make Printable King’s Coronation Popcorn Boxes

  • There are 3 different popcorn box designs in this set.
  • Download the free printable file to your device (tap the printable size button you need above).
  • Using a printer, simply print as many of the King’s Coronation Popcorn Boxes as you need onto good quality white paper or thin white card.
  • Cut out carefully using scissors or a paper trimmer.
  • Flip over to the blank side, and you should be able to judge where to score some lines with a scoring tool to make folding easier. They are along the bottom flap tabs, the side flap, and along each edge from point to point.
  • Fold around, and use a glue stick, glue roller, or sticky tape to secure the sides first, then upend, to tape the bottom flaps.
  • You can also layer the bottom flaps over each other so that they intersect and don’t actually need to be taped or glued! My video tutorial demonstrates how you can do this.
  • If you are using glue, you may want to add a paper clip to hold everything in place until the glue dries.
  • Fill up with popcorn or other dry snacks (crisps/chips; tortilla chips; cookies).
Free Printable The King's Coronation Popcorn Cones

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How To Make King’s Coronation Popcorn Cones

  • There are 5 different popcorn cone designs in this set.
  • The designs are also upside down so that they can be used as party hats! Staple a length of thin elastic to each side of the hat.
  • Download the free printable file to your device (tap the printable size button you need above).
  • Using a printer, simply print as many of the King’s Coronation Popcorn Cones as you need onto good quality white paper or thin white cards.
  • Cut out carefully using scissors or a paper trimmer.
  • Bend around to form a cone and glue in place with a glue stick, tape, or roller glue. You may want to use a paper clip to hold it in place while the glue dries.
  • I personally like using roller glue tape when making up my printables as it’s really quick and easy to use, and no messy glue to worry about!
  • If you want to laminate your cones, cut the template first, then run it through your laminating machine. When cutting, leave a little of the laminate sheet around the edges of the cone so that it stays in place. Use a couple of staples to secure the cone in place. You may want to use a bit of tape on the inside of the cone to cover the ends of staples from catching.
King's Coronation Free Printable Poster

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How To Use Printable King’s Coronation Posters

  • The subway art-style posters come in 4 colorways: red, white, blue, and the Union flag.
  • I’ve provided full-size and half-size images of each of the posters.
  • Download the free printable file to your device (tap the printable size button you need above).
  • Using a printer, simply print as many of the King’s Coronation Posters as you need onto good quality white paper or thin white card.
  • Cut out carefully using scissors or a paper trimmer.
  • Place the posters in frames to hang or stand in your home. Stick to a window to let everyone know you are celebrating the King’s Coronation, or punch holes in the top of the smaller posters and hang them up as bunting!
Free Printable The King's Coronation Straw Flags

Download King’s Coronation Straw Flags

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How To Use Printable King’s Coronation Straw Flags

  • There are 2 different straw flag designs.
  • Download the free printable file to your device (tap the printable size button you need above).
  • Using a printer, simply print as many of the King’s Coronation Straw Flags as you need onto white paper.
  • Cut out carefully using scissors or a paper trimmer.
  • Then one by one, apply glue to the blank side of a flag and wrap around a straw about an inch from the top.
  • Take your time to line up the dovetail ends first before pressing them together toward the straw.

Thank You for Using My Free Printables!

I would LOVE to see your photos using these printables – whether at home, in your street, in your school, in your care home, or somewhere else! Here’s how:

  • Share and tag @ThePurplePumpkinBlog on Instagram using #tppbKingsCoronation
  • Post them on my Facebook page
  • You can email me with your photos of your printed decorations (you don’t have to email me to ask for the printables – they’re all here in the post above!)

I look forward to seeing how you celebrated King Charles III Coronation!

King's Coronation Free Printables

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