If you love any excuse to host a party, or perhaps you are a true patriot. Then you are most likely going to take part in some kind of celebration for the Coronation of King Charles III and Camilla. The 2023 Coronation will take place on Saturday the 6th May.
Unless you are amongst the select few chosen to attend the Coronation in person, then you will most likely be watching the Coronation from the comfort of your own home.
Facts About The Coronation
- Date of Coronation Saturday 6th May
- Additional Bank Holiday Monday 8th May
- The government is to consult the public on extending licensing hours from 11pm until 1am on May 5, 6 and 7.
Whether you are fond of the Royal family or not, the Kings Coronation is a monumental historic event and it will see millions of people across the world, come together to witness the crowning of the new British monarch. If you choose to mark the occasion, then we have released a range of celebratory decorations perfect for garden, street or living room parties. If you choose not to, then you can at least celebrate the additional bank holiday!
Our novelty decorations are printed to the highest quality in Yorkshire, England. They are suitable for indoor and outdoor events, weatherproof, washable, anti-crease and made from polyester fabric, meaning they are much more robust.
We are already seeing online orders of our best selling Royal Decorations, from bunting, banners, door banners and King Charles memorabilia.
After the huge demand for bunting and decorations for the Queens Jubilee. British Made Gifts has released our coronation decorations early to avoid disappointment closer to the date.
Customer Photo's Taken On The Queens Jubilee
How to host a Coronation party?
If you want some inspiration in planning your own Coronation party, then we have pulled together some great ideas to make the most of this special event.
Host a Street Party!
How well do you really know your neighbours? From pandemic to credit crisis, the past few years have made it so much harder to make time for community. Why not invite your neighbours to get together and host a party in your street. Each family can bring something along, all you need is some good British sausage rolls or coronation sandwiches, some deck chairs and of course our weatherproof Coronation bunting to make it happen.
Image taken on the Queens Jubilee Weekend
Afternoon Tea Party
After-all, what is more British than Afternoon Tea! Some beautiful buttery scones with jam and cream, some yummy cucumber or Coronation sarnies and some ice cold lemonade! Lovely! For the finishing touch a Coronation door banner & bunting to truly make it a Coronation party.
One for the kids - Dress Up Party
The kids will love to get involved in dressing up like the Royals. Get some paper crowns and create their own crown design. Add some face painting or go all out and go in full costume. Add some royal Coronation sandwiches, a scone or two and maybe a couple of Coronation decorations and you have about the best party there is!
Image taken on Queens Jubilee party.
One for the Adults - Home Bar Party
For those who invested in a home bar during the pandemic. Make the most of it and host your very own lock in party. Throw up some banners and bunting or even add a Coronation bar runner and really wow your guests as they are transported to the Royal Coronation, in your back garden.
Whatever your plans this May, we wish you a wonderful break and special time making memories with your nearest and dearest. For more Coronation inspiration head to the full collection here