Her Royal Highness, the Queen turned 90 on the 21st April this year, but her celebrations are still in full swing with Trooping the Colour and the Patron’s Lunch taking place this weekend.
To celebrate the Queen’s 90th birthday, why not start planning to throw a royal garden party of your own? Whether it’s a sophisticated soirée or a family gathering, we have something to suit all your needs. Follow our must haves for a garden party fit for a Queen…
The Seating Set Up
A relaxed environment makes for happy guests so make sure everyone feels at home with a modern sofa set paired with big cushions or throws.
A Picture Perfect Setting
Choose this antique folding chairs and table set to create a charming atmosphere for your garden party.
Add Some Warmth
For parties that continue into the evening, create a cosy surrounding for your guests with a chimnea.
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Dinner Is Served
You’ll need cutlery and napkins aplenty for the occasion so make sure you’re well equipped for the family BBQ. However, this doesn’t mean you have to hold back on matching sets; bright and playful plastic plates and cutlery are perfect for kids or alternatively go for floral china if you want something a little more grown up.
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Light Up The Night
Keep the party going and illuminate your garden with outdoor fairy lights and lanterns. They will help create the perfect atmosphere for when everything’s starting to calm down alongside a few lanterns for an extra special appeal.
Fun For The Family
Now you can have a sophisticated dinner party and keep the kids entertained at the same time thanks to our amazing outdoor climbing frames. This compact unit can slot into any shape or size of garden and will keep them happy until the party’s over.
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Nothing beats homemade so if you’re happy to get busy in the kitchen before the event then we have the perfect baking equipment that you’ll need to get creative. Impress your guests by bringing out a hamper filled with the full works of an afternoon tea and maybe a glass of champagne of two.