Get Yer Royal Wedding On

Shopper's Guide

April 29th marks the big day when Prince William and Catherine Middleton get hitched at Westminster Abbey with the eyes of the world upon them. In case you're planning your own Royal Wedding party, we've rounded up some sources for servingware and decorations covered in crowns and Union Jacks. Cheers!

  1. Plum Party: This webshop has a whole minisite full of Royal Wedding party supplies, including bling rings, party crowns, and even Kate and William teabags.
  2. Joanne Hudson Basics: If you're looking for Union Jack servingware and dinner plates, this Philadelphia-based webshop carries Emma Bridgewater's Royal Wedding collection. Shown above: Union Jack Picnic Plate, $13.
  3. Save On Crafts: One of our favorite online discount craft stores, this site has Rhinestone Crown Napkin Rings at four for $11.
  4. Decorative Things: This "virtual home decor store" has a Royal Wedding minisite, where you can find Union Jack Flag Pillows for $79.
  5. Etsy: They have lots of handmade Royal Wedding paraphernalia, but double-check the seller's contact info before you buy, since much of it comes from the UK and may not be able to ship to the states in time. Shown: William and Kate Royal Wedding Tea Towel, $16.
  6. Etsy: They have a ton of handmade bunting banners online. Tip — if you go for basic red, white, and blue, you can re-use your bunting for the Fourth of July. Shown: Bunting from Etsy Seller BettyAndBarclay, $20.
  7. Living Etc: The British home mag commissioned commemorative Royal Wedding plates from top-tier designers like Donna Wilson and Jonathan Adler. Shoppers can bid on the designer plates at their site.
  8. Jonathan Adler: For Union Jack decor you can use beyond wedding day, check out Jonathan Adler's contemporary classics, including his British Flag Rug, $160 - $650.
  9. Urban Outfitters: They've always got a few Union Jack items in stock. Right now, you can buy Union Jack Banner Wall Art for $10.
  10. HALO: If you're looking for a brilliant DIY decor idea, try making your own bowler hat chandelier inspired by this one we spotted at the showroom of UK trade home furnishings company HALO.