With just one month to go until Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding (aaaaaah!!!!) I thought I’d do a roundup of some fun royal wedding souvenirs.
I’m super excited to stock up on some royal wedding china, royal wedding Christmas ornaments, royal wedding tea towels, royal wedding tea tins … hmmm, what else do I need?! It is a once-in-a-lifetime event that NEEDS TO BE COMMEMORATED, after all.
Let’s get to it!
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Official wedding range
The palace is pulling out all the stops with royal wedding souvenirs, of course. They’ve got some new additions that I don’t remember seeing for Will and Kate’s, such as a wedding bouquet scented candle (I mean, who doesn’t need a £35 Meghan and Harry candle?).
Obviously, I will need commemorative shortbread biscuits, too. And they’re only £5.95!
The range of official commemorative china is gorgeous, with a pale blue, white, and gold design. My top picks:
The tankard – £39. I always get a tankard from the palace vs. a mug because they just look classier, IMHO. The handle is so pretty!
Mini mug – £19.95. This tiny mug is adorable! I think it’s actually supposed to be a Christmas ornament (more on that later).
Plate – £49. Go big or go home! This plate definitely needs to be displayed in my London phone box cabinet.
Mugs and such
You’ve probably heard about this Ed Sheeran plate. Hilarious! You can get yours on Etsy.
On the slightly posher side, this William Edwards commemorative plate is beautiful! I might like the colors even more than the official plate.
The design of this Victoria Eggs mug matches the tea towel I’ll be receiving in my Quaintly & Co subscription box this month. The theme is royal wedding souvenirs and I’m super excited. Do I need the mug as well? Gotta love Amazon Prime!
Of course you’ll need some special tea to put in your new royal wedding mug(s). This Harney and Sons royal wedding blend tea sounds amazing and comes in a very posh tin.
I’m a huge fan of collecting Christmas ornaments from different places around the world. That being said, I will obviously be buying ALLLL the wedding ornaments. When I was in London right before Will and Kate’s wedding I bought two different ornaments, but this time around I might be purchasing a few more!
One of my favorites is this bell decoration from the Royal Collection with American and British flags. Their ornaments aren’t cheap at £25, but I can attest to the quality having purchased many of their ornaments in the past.
They’ve also got a heart one that’s half American, half Union Jack. Must have!
Another fave is this crown/flag Christmas ornament available on the National Portrait Gallery website.
Tees & totes
As a dedicated Cath fan, I went a little bit nuts when I saw the royal wedding range from Cath Kidston. I’m definitely considering the tote to lug all my stuff around Windsor the day of the wedding. Of course, I could always just use my Everlane tote like Meghan!
How fun is this When Harry Met Meghan cartoon tee? You can find it for $24.50 from Jazzdoodles on Etsy and the design is offered in a tote, mug, and even cupcake toppers for your royal wedding party! I might need to wear this tee to bed the night before the wedding …
I’m loving this royal wedding canvas bag ($30) by Victoria Eggs on Etsy. It matches the mug I included above, and the sketch of Windsor Castle is gorgeous!
Normally I’m kind of eye rolly about “Keep Calm” items since I think they’re overdone, but this tee from Amazon is really cute!
I’m not going to lie, I’m slightly underwhelmed by the official tea towel released by the Royal Collection. This one from Ulster Weavers is actually my favorite! How cute are the colors and the flowers?
A close second would be this tea towel from Sister Sister Gifts on Etsy. I can’t even with the flag tea cups! SO CUTE.
I do also LOVE Milly Green and this tea towel is just adorable. It’s available at BBC Shop.
Here’s the tea towel that matches the Victoria Eggs tote and mug. I can’t wait to receive mine in the Quaintly & Co royal wedding box!
How about a Harry and Meghan cardboard cutout to complete your royal wedding viewing party (or to randomly have in your house! #nojudgement)
This Harry and Meghan coloring book would make a great gift for a royally-obsessed little girl (or yourself!)
Okay, I MIGHT have ordered this Harry and Meghan-themed word search book to occupy myself on the plane. My late grandma was a huge fan of doing word searches so this is my little shout out to her!
And finally, the most … interesting of all the royal wedding souvenirs: a commemorative prophylactic from Crown Jewels (I swear that’s really the company name!). They even play “an exclusive musical arrangement of God Save the Queen and The Star Spangled Banner to celebrate the coming together of these two powerful countries” when the packet is opened. I laughed for a good five minutes straight after reading that in the press release, btw. You can find them for £10 on the Crown Jewels website.
Have you bought any royal wedding souvenirs yet? Share your finds in the comments!