A Once In A Lifetime Event: Let's Celebrate King’s Coronation

Let's celebrate

Grab your friends. Grab your family. Take out the party hats and explore our carefully curated and unique party experiences.

Let’s celebrate this truly historic occasion with bigger, better, and bolder parties.

Long live the king! 👑

What to eat

It’s a no brainer – British BBQ from local suppliers.

What to drink

Gin, crafted beer or themed cocktails? Why choose – pick one of these unlimited options.

What to listen to

Of course, the best British hits of all time!

What else to eat

5 o’clock or not – a fresh scone with a glass of Prosecco must be served.


All you need to really level-up your big celebration.

FAQs About Coronation Party

What coronation food ideas can I choose from?

If you’re planning a coronation party or a royal-themed event, here are some food ideas that you could consider incorporating:

  1. Finger sandwiches: These can be made with a variety of fillings, such as cucumber and cream cheese, smoked salmon and cream cheese, ham and mustard, or egg and cress. Cut them into small triangles or rectangles for easy snacking.
  2. Scones with jam and cream: This classic British tea-time treat is a perfect addition to any coronation party menu. Serve them warm with a dollop of clotted cream and some strawberry jam.
  3. Miniature beef Wellingtons: These canapés are made by wrapping bite-sized pieces of beef fillet in puff pastry with a mushroom and herb filling. They’re perfect for a regal-themed menu.
  4. Shepherd’s pie: A hearty dish made with minced lamb or beef, vegetables, and mashed potato topping. This is a classic British comfort food and a great addition to any party menu.
  5. Fish and chips: Another British classic, this dish can be served in small cones with a side of tartar sauce or wrapped in newspaper for a fun presentation.
  6. Pimm’s Cup: A refreshing cocktail made with Pimm’s No. 1, lemonade, and a variety of fruits and herbs such as cucumber, strawberries, and mint. It’s perfect for a summer coronation party.
  7. Gin and Tonic: This classic British cocktail is a staple at any royal-themed event. Serve it with a slice of lime and a sprig of fresh rosemary or thyme.

Remember to consider any dietary restrictions or allergies your guests may have when planning your menu, and offer vegetarian or gluten-free options if necessary.

How to decorate my garden for coronation celebration?

Decorating your garden for a coronation celebration can be a fun and exciting way to create a festive atmosphere. Here are some tips on how to decorate your garden for a coronation celebration:

  1. Choose the Right Party Tent: Before you start decorating your garden, make sure you choose the right party tent. Look for a tent that is the right size for your party and one that complements your garden’s style and colors.
  2. British-themed Decorations: Incorporate British-themed decorations such as Union Jack flags, bunting, and British flowers like roses, lilies, or daffodils. You could also use red, white, and blue tablecloths or cushions to add a touch of patriotism.
  3. Lighting: Use outdoor lighting to create a magical atmosphere. String lights can be hung from trees, the party tent, or other structures in your garden to provide soft, warm lighting.
  4. Table Settings: Choose tableware that is elegant and regal, such as fine china or silver cutlery. Add fresh flowers to the table or use napkin rings in the colors of the British flag.
  5. Props and Accessories: Consider adding some props and accessories that complement the coronation theme, such as crowns, scepters, or royal portraits. You could also create a photo booth area with props for guests to take pictures.
  6. Food Displays: Display your coronation-themed food and drinks in a creative way. Use tiered cake stands or vintage serving dishes to showcase your finger sandwiches, scones, and other British-themed foods.

What can I do to entertain my guests at coronation party?

  1. Hat-making contest: Encourage your guests to create their own British-themed hats using materials like paper, cardboard, ribbons, and feathers. Award prizes to the most creative or outrageous designs.
  2. Photo booth: Set up a photo booth area with props such as crowns, scepters, and British flags for guests to take pictures. You could also include a royal backdrop or a red carpet to create a more regal atmosphere.
  3. Royal scavenger hunt: Hide small British-themed items around your party area and give guests a list of items to find. The first person or team to find all the items wins a prize.
  4. Dance party: Create a playlist of British music or hire a DJ to play British-themed songs. Encourage guests to dress up in their finest attire and dance the night away.
  5. Royal crafts: Set up a craft table with supplies for guests to create their own royal-themed crafts. Ideas could include making paper crowns, Union Jack flags, or designing their own royal coat of arms.
  6. Trivia games: Create a trivia game that focuses on British history, culture, and monarchy. Divide your guests into teams and see which team knows the most about the history and traditions of the British monarchy.

Remember to choose entertainment that suits your guests’ interests and personalities. By incorporating games and activities that reflect the British monarchy and culture, you can create a fun and memorable coronation party that your guests will enjoy.