I promised I would create some Free Printables For The Royal Wedding, in my Royal Wedding Party Ideas post, and here they are! If you are planning a viewing party for the Royal Wedding of Prince Henry and Meghan Markle, you can print these party items to use in your celebrations!
Included in this set of Royal Wedding Party Printables are: invitations, cupcake toppers, cupcake wrappers, food labels, bunting, and more!
Free Printables For The Royal Wedding
As seen on The Today Show with Megyn Kelly!
These free printables for the Royal Wedding are of course customised to feature the wedding of Prince Harry to Meghan Markle. But I do want them to have some longevity after the big day is over.
So, after the event, I will change these to a royal theme – keeping everything mostly the same, but removing and replacing references to the wedding. After all, you can still have a right royal knees up any time of the year!
As always, my free printables are available in two paper sizes – A4 (UK) and 8.5 x 11″ (US), or for wherever in the world uses these two sizes. The printable download links are in purple, rounded boxes, with a heading of the printable, and two links below each one.
Included in this set of free printables for the Royal Wedding are:
- Party Invitations
- Cupcake Toppers
- Cupcake Wrappers
- Food Labels
- Favor Bag Labels
- Miniature Flags
- Cocktail Flags
- Popcorn/Chip Cones
- Napkin/Bottle Wrappers
- Subway Art Poster
Scroll through the post to download the ones that you would like to use – be it a few, or all of them!
If you decide to use my printables, do share the party with me – I love see how you used them!
How to use the cupcake toppers: There are six different designs. Print off the required number of cupcake toppers onto card or thick paper. Cut with scissors or with a 2″ circle punch. Attach a cocktail stick to the back of each topper and secure with tape. Place into cupcakes! If you need cupcake recipes, you can check out my archives.
How to use the cupcake wrappers: Print off the required number of cupcake wrappers onto thin card or thick paper. Cut out and wrap around to form the case – secure with tape or glue. Place cupcake inside! See some of my other cupcake wrappers in action.
How to use the food labels: Seems silly of me to give instructions for this printable, but simple print off as many as you need, fold in half along the line, and write in the name of the dish. When entertaining, especially a buffet, I like to label up the food so guests know what is what, and I don’t have to keep explaining! For party food ideas, take a look at my Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Big Lunch Party.
How to use the favour bag labels: These labels fold over to attach to a 10cm/4″ wide cellophane/plastic food bag. Print off as many as you need onto thin card, or thick paper. As well as the printable, you will need some other supplies – clear plastic food bags, and treats to put inside the bags. Fill the bags up, then fold the printed and cut labels. Staple on each side to secure in place.You can see examples of my other favour bags here.
The mini flags (pictured above) fold over to make little pennant style flags. They can be strung together and tied to sticks or straws across a large cake. Check out my friend Helen’s blog – The Crazy Kitchen – for an example picture of mini flags (not these ones) in action.
The cocktail flags can be used on cocktail sticks or straws. Just print and fold over, then use glue to attach both sides together, with the cocktail stick, or straw inbetween.
To make strands of bunting, you will need string or ribbon, a hole punch, and of course the printable. Print as many flags as you like and cut out. Punch holes in the top right and left corners and thread through onto ribbon or string.
How to assemble popcorn/chip cones
Print as many as you require onto thin card or thick paper. Cut, then fold around into a cone. Secure with tape or glue. If using glue, hold together with a paper clip until the glue dries. These can be used to hold popcorn, potato chips, crisps, tortilla chips, even candy floss/cotton candy! I’ve updated the design a bit since I last used them, making them easier to stick together. You can see some made up cones here.
How to assemble popcorn boxes
Print off as many as you need, onto thin card and cut out. Flip over to the blank side, and you can judge where to score some lines to make folding easier: along the bottom flap tabs, the side flap, and along each edge, from point to point. Fold around, and use glue or tape to secure the sides first, then upend, to do the bottom flaps – I find tape easiest to secure these. If you using glue, you may want to add a paper clip to hold everything in place until the glue dries. Fill with popcorn or other dry snacks (chips/crisps; tortilla chips etc). You can see an example of my popcorn boxes here.
If you are serving food that requires cutlery, I think it’s nice to make a napkin bundles with knives/forks/spoons wrapped in a napkin, and secured with one of my napkin wrappers. You can see an example on my blog here. Similarly, you could use them to wrap around bottles.
And finally, these posters come in 5 different coloured backgrounds – Union Jack, red, white, blue, and white with Union Jack text. They are designed to fit a 8×10″ frame, you can see my poster from the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee here.
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