Host a Royal Wedding Viewing Party and raise money for charity #SimplyBeRoyal

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Have fun and raise money for charity with our Royal Wedding Viewing Party Planners Pack. Help spread this party across the USA, and the world!

Download and print* everything you need to throw a royal wedding themed party right here:

Royal wedding invite for guests
Poster to advertise your event
Recipes for a royal cake and traditional English breakfast
Royal party planner checklist
Royal wedding viewing bingo
Royal Quiz
Royal Wedding Flag
Decorative discs

*All downloads can be printed in size A / letter / A4 except the poster which should be printed in size B / ledger/A3

Party with the royals

We are throwing the world’s biggest royal wedding party!

Gather friends, family, colleagues and neighbors for a royal wedding party to play our royal games and raise money for charity. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have asked to donations to charities close to their hearts instead of wedding gifts. Help support by donating what you raise to one of these seven charities or one close to your heart.

You may have seen Meghan Markle look-a-like, plus size model Erica Lauren modelling the new Simply Be wedding range including fabulous plus size bridesmaid dresses in the press recently. Join them, us and the rest of the USA to host the biggest royal wedding party!

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People across the world are downloading this pack and celebrating just like you! Be part of the biggest royal wedding party and #SimplyBeRoyal.

Party Ideas

You can throw a party at work on Friday, asking everyone to bring cakes and snacks and raise money by selling them.

You can stay up late to watch the party with friends, playing our royal wedding games

You can record the royal wedding coverage on TV and host a charity breakfast or cake, coffee and games morning on Saturday 19 May.

Spread the love

You can use your royal wedding party to raise money for charity by selling cakes to your guests, or simply asking for donations to your chosen charity.

Share your plans, pictures and total money raised with Simply Be USA on social media using #SimpyBeRoyal. Check out what your fellow party planners are up to all across the USA!

The answers to all your royal wedding questions:

What charities are Prince Harry and Meghan Markle supporting?

  • CHIVA – Children’s HIV Association
  • Crisis – homelessness charity
  • Myna Mahila Foundation – empowering women in Mumbai’s urban slums
  • Scotty’s Little Soldiers – bereaved Armed Forces children
  • StreetGames – using sport to empower young people
  • Surfers Against Sewage
  • The Wilderness Foundation UK

You can help Meghan and Prince Harry by raising money for one of their chosen charities, or pick any charity close to your heart. Once you have hosted your royal wedding viewing party, visit the website of your chosen charity to donate, adding #SimplyBeRoyal so we can track how much all your fabulous parties have raised.

What time is the royal wedding?

Prince Harry will marry Meghan Markle at 12 noon (BST) on 19 May 2018. This is 7am EDT and 4am PDT.

At 1 p.m. (8 a.m. EDT), the newlyweds will leave Windsor Castle in a carriage for a roughly two-mile procession, through the town of Windsor, before returning to the castle.

The couple and guests will then attend a reception hosted by Queen Elizabeth II at St. George’s Hall in the castle grounds, prior to a smaller evening reception for around 200 friends and family hosted by Prince Charles, Harry’s father.

Where is the royal wedding?

The ceremony will take place at St. George’s Chapel in the grounds of Windsor Castle about 32 kilometers west of London, UK. Windsor is the oldest and largest inhabited castle in the world and an official residence of Queen Elizabeth II.

How to watch the royal wedding

You can watch the royal wedding live on BBC America. Or record it and watch later or see what coverage is on YouTube.

Will Meghan Markle become a princess?

Meghan will be known as Her Royal Highness Princess Henry of Wales, using her husband’s name. Any children born to the couple will be a lord or lady, not a prince or princess.

It is thought the couple will become the Duke and Duchess of Sussex once married however, the Queen needs to announce this.

 

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