This Saturday is all about the Royal Wedding of HRH Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. Not one of the 600 guests? Here are five ways to celebrate the big day and wish the happy couple all the best...
1. Sip a wedding-bouquet cocktail
Aubaine’s new botanical-infused cocktail menu is the perfect way to toast the celebrations. In tribute to Meghan’s bouquet, we suggest you try their beautiful spring Hibiscus fizz (prosecco and hibiscus flower) or the very British Floral cup (Sipsmith London cup, strawberry cucumber, mint, lemonade and borage flowers). Click here for the full floral menu.
2. Raise a toast in a gin and tea garden
The sun-dappled terrace of Yauatcha City has been transformed into a botanical wonderland as part of their collaboration with Tanqueray No. Ten. Channel the garden party/canape post-wedding party with dim sum and tea-infused gin cocktails in the most elegant of surroundings. Windsor Castle what now?
3. Watch the action with a glass (or three) of fizz
Piccolino is embracing the day by showing all of the wedding coverage on their big screens (the ceremony will take place at 12pm from St George’s Chapel in Windsor) while offering double points on their Club Individual cards. Order in Piccolino’s signature Italian sharing plates of cheese, salami, bruschette and olives matched with aperitivo and great wine from across Italy.
4. Watch the festivities with a bottomless brunch
The Botanist has teamed up with Pimm’s to mark the big day in the most British of ways: a bottomless brunch. Order Eggs Royale (naturally) from the brunch menu and enjoy free-flowing Pimm’s plus cake. Lots of cake. Book your spot here.
5. The alternative way to spend a wedding day
Speculation is rife to whether best man Prince William will still be able to present the FA Cup to the winning team this Saturday. Embrace both at Spritz & Giggles which has festive Aperol Spritzes, craft beer and Negroni on tap plus football tables galore.
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