A right royal spread

    From Champagne cocktails to Coronation chicken, here's what's on the menu at our Royal Wedding party.

    The canapés

    Mini sausage rollsTo get our party started we're treating our guests to Champagne and canapés. And yes, by canapés we mean sausage rolls.

    More finger food

    Prawn cocktail squares
    Mini savoury scones
    Cheese and mustard straws
    Smoked salmon blinis
    Prosciutto & celeriac twists

    The banquet

    Selection of summer sandwichesEveryone loves a buffet. Not least because of the leftovers the next day. We'll be gracing our plates with a selection of summer sandwiches. Though they're far too delicious not to snap up straight away.

    More from the buffet

    Salmon and watercress quiche
    Coronation chicken
    Big ham salad
    Pork and ham pie
    Vegetarian Scotch eggs

    The cake

    Romantic rose cupcakesYou can't have a Royal Wedding party without a Royal Wedding cake. After scouring our wedding cake collection we're opting for a tower of romantic rose cupcakes.

    More from the pudding menu

    Eton mess
    Rhubarb & strawberry meringue pots
    Cherry Bakewell cake
    Classic cream tea

    The drinks

    Raspberry champagne cocktailThere's no better way to toast the happy couple than with a glass of Champagne. We'll be adding glamour to our glass with this raspberry Champagne cocktail recipe.

    More from the bar

    Rose-scented strawberry cocktails
    Pink lemonade
    Raspberry Martini fizz
    Amaretto fizz
    Strawberry & Prosecco jellies

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