How to Plan a Royal Wedding Street Party
Get to know your neighbours by inviting them to your street party. Order invitations and deliver the invitations personally to each neighbour.
- Get together with your neighbours and plan the street party, don’t try and organise it yourself there may be too much to do.
- Research where it is best to hold the street party. Street parties need permission from your local authority, so give yourself plenty of time to arrange this.
- If a street party is not feasible think about holding a party in your garden, at your neighbour’s house, or on your driveway – be imaginative!
- Share the responsibility of providing food between your neighbours – decide if you want a hot or cold buffet.
- Ask neighbours to bring additional tables and chairs.
- Organise different activities for all ages, for example face painting for the children and bingo for the adults.
- How and where are you going to watch the wedding?
- Will a TV be brought into the street or will you watch the wedding in someone house?
- Take out street party insurance just in case an unexpected accident happens. Pin point any hazards and try to tackle them beforehand. Click here for Royal Wedding Merchandise
- Visit your neighbours before the big day and run your plans past them.
- Put all your Royal Wedding decorations up in the morning with plenty of time to spare before the wedding broadcasting. Click here for Royal Wedding Merchandise
- Have an alarm set for the Royal Wedding ceremony so you don’t miss the wedding.
- Enjoy the street party and hope for good British weather!