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The Let’s Knit Guide to Hosting The Best Royal Wedding Street Party!

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14 May 2018
The Let’s Knit Guide to Hosting The Best Royal Wedding Street Party!

There’s nothing like a spring wedding and at LK we can’t wait to see Meghan Markle walk down the aisle to marry her prince!

With only days to go, what better way to celebrate this story of young love than by throwing a truly British street party?

Not sure where to start? Don’t worry, the LK team have got you covered! From decorations, to food and what to wear, we show you how to throw a street party that will go down in history!

1. Bring out the Bunting!

A Let’s Knit Pattern

No party is complete without bunting and this red, white and blue knitted decoration looks so festive! It’s super quick to make and a great stashbuster, download the FREE pattern here!

2. Serve British strawberries

A Let’s Knit Pattern

Fresh strawberries with a glass of fizz is the perfect warm weather party refreshment and so in-keeping with this classy affair!

We love these knitted versions as a decorative feature, as they’re only small they can be whipped up in no time.
Download this FREE pattern today!

3. Keep your bubbles cool

A Let’s Knit Pattern

Raise a glass to Meghan and Harry and keep your champers cool with this modern bottle cosy!
Download the FREE pattern here

4. Make sure the tea is flowing

A Let’s Knit Pattern

A spot of tea in the afternoon is a must!
Download this colourful FREE pattern here

5. Decorate with flowers

A Let’s Knit Pattern

A spring wedding calls for blooms of every colour and this love heart wreath is simple and romantic.
Download the FREE pattern here

6. Look the part!

A Let’s Knit Pattern

Okay so you might just be watching it on the telly but what a great excuse to get dressed up! Meghan is the queen of style and this matching set is perfect for a spring wedding.
Download the free pattern HERE!

6 Don’t forget Granny!

A Let’s Knit Pattern

We’re sure the Queen is going to be very proud to see her grandson walking down the aisle.

This is one of our most popular patterns and you can see why - no Royal street party would be complete without our knitted queen.
Download the FREE pattern today!

7 Or the guests of honour!

A Let’s Knit Pattern

Make sure Prince Harry and Meghan are there on the big day by knitting your own version!
Download the FREE pattern here

Finally, here are the timings of the day so you can plan your party accordingly:

9am: Members of the public who have been invited to watch from the grounds of Windsor Castle will begin to arrive

9:30-11am: Guests will arrive by coach

11:20am: Members of the Royal Family will arrive and enter the chapel through the Galilee Porch

11:45am: Prince Harry and best man Prince William are expected to arrive

11:55am: The Queen will be the final member of the Royal Family to arrive

11:59am: Meghan Markle due to arrive at the chapel’s west steps with her mother

12pm: The wedding ceremony will begin

1pm: The service will end and the newlyweds will leave the chapel at the west steps, before leaving the castle by carriage

Prince Harry and Ms Markle will be driven for two miles along Castle Hill, the High Street and into Windsor town centre. They will return for their reception at St George’s Hall for a lunchtime reception hosted by the Queen

Right we’re off to finish our knitted bunting and buy a bottle of bubbly, make sure you post pics of your knitted royal wedding makes on Facebook or Instagram as we always love to see them!

 

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14 May 2018

The Let’s Knit Guide to Hosting The Best Royal Wedding Street Party!

The Let’s Knit Guide to Hosting The Best Royal Wedding Street Party!

There’s nothing like a spring wedding and at LK we can’t wait to see Meghan Markle walk down the aisle to marry her prince!

With only days to go, what better way to celebrate this story of young love than by throwing a truly British street party?

Not sure where to start? Don’t worry, the LK team have got you covered! From decorations, to food and what to wear, we show you how to throw a street party that will go down in history!

1. Bring out the Bunting!

A Let’s Knit Pattern

No party is complete without bunting and this red, white and blue knitted decoration looks so festive! It’s super quick to make and a great stashbuster, download the FREE pattern here!

2. Serve British strawberries

A Let’s Knit Pattern

Fresh strawberries with a glass of fizz is the perfect warm weather party refreshment and so in-keeping with this classy affair!

We love these knitted versions as a decorative feature, as they’re only small they can be whipped up in no time.
Download this FREE pattern today!

3. Keep your bubbles cool

A Let’s Knit Pattern

Raise a glass to Meghan and Harry and keep your champers cool with this modern bottle cosy!
Download the FREE pattern here

4. Make sure the tea is flowing

A Let’s Knit Pattern

A spot of tea in the afternoon is a must!
Download this colourful FREE pattern here

5. Decorate with flowers

A Let’s Knit Pattern

A spring wedding calls for blooms of every colour and this love heart wreath is simple and romantic.
Download the FREE pattern here

6. Look the part!

A Let’s Knit Pattern

Okay so you might just be watching it on the telly but what a great excuse to get dressed up! Meghan is the queen of style and this matching set is perfect for a spring wedding.
Download the free pattern HERE!

6 Don’t forget Granny!

A Let’s Knit Pattern

We’re sure the Queen is going to be very proud to see her grandson walking down the aisle.

This is one of our most popular patterns and you can see why - no Royal street party would be complete without our knitted queen.
Download the FREE pattern today!

7 Or the guests of honour!

A Let’s Knit Pattern

Make sure Prince Harry and Meghan are there on the big day by knitting your own version!
Download the FREE pattern here

Finally, here are the timings of the day so you can plan your party accordingly:

9am: Members of the public who have been invited to watch from the grounds of Windsor Castle will begin to arrive

9:30-11am: Guests will arrive by coach

11:20am: Members of the Royal Family will arrive and enter the chapel through the Galilee Porch

11:45am: Prince Harry and best man Prince William are expected to arrive

11:55am: The Queen will be the final member of the Royal Family to arrive

11:59am: Meghan Markle due to arrive at the chapel’s west steps with her mother

12pm: The wedding ceremony will begin

1pm: The service will end and the newlyweds will leave the chapel at the west steps, before leaving the castle by carriage

Prince Harry and Ms Markle will be driven for two miles along Castle Hill, the High Street and into Windsor town centre. They will return for their reception at St George’s Hall for a lunchtime reception hosted by the Queen

Right we’re off to finish our knitted bunting and buy a bottle of bubbly, make sure you post pics of your knitted royal wedding makes on Facebook or Instagram as we always love to see them!

 

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