Have fun with these ideas for a Great British themed party. Whether you are celebrating a British, VE Day or just love all things British, these ideas will bring a red, white and blue, Union Jack and all round British theme to your party!
Here are some cool ideas for making your Great British party go with a swing, with DIY ideas for party supplies and decorations, food and crafts.
There is only one possible colour scheme for your British party - red, white and blue!
I love these beautiful Union Jack decorations from Celebrating Everyday Life. I thing you could also make them into a funky brooch by adding a pin at the back too.
This cushion is a quick and easy make. The full instructions are at Chapman Place Blog
Find traditional vintage style Union Jack decorations and party supplies at Party Pieces.
Love this fab Union Jack Mason jar.
You'll find lots of inspiration for an outdoor British party in this article from Party Delights.
Love this cool centrepiece from Spaceships and Laser Beams
These fab Union Jack earrings from Nbeads are seriously cool. Adapt them to make decorations or make them as a cool costume idea!
Here are some right royal ideas for your British party food.
What could be more British than a plate of fish and chips?!
This tasty cake is from a recipe by Kirsty Allsopp. You can find it at Good To Know.
How about this cool red, white and blue Tie-Dye Cake from Sally's Baking Addiction.
Nothing says British like strawberries and cream! This recipe is by Jamie Oliver.
Or how about Eton Mess - strawberries and cream with crushed meringue. The town of Eton is just right next door to Windsor where I grew up, so it's a local treat and a real favourite for me! Recipe by Nigella Lawson.
Scones are another great British dessert, and how about topping them with this Strawberry & Champagne Jam.
Can you find royals including Queens, Princes, Princesses and Dukes along with all the other members of the royal family in this free printable Royal Wordsearch?
Why not try this free printable Royal Wedding Colouring Picture?
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