Here’s our guide to throwing the best royal wedding viewing party on Saturday

Picture: Vaughn Ridley/Getty Images for the Invictus Games Foundation and Popbuzz/Twitter
Picture: Vaughn Ridley/Getty Images for the Invictus Games Foundation and Popbuzz/Twitter

Time to party, peasants! The Royal Wedding is on this Saturday evening, we think the best place to watch it is at home and we have THE guide for the throwing the perfect Royal Wedding Tacky Viewing Party Extravaganza.

1. First, you will need a TV 

We have all the details on which channels are showing the wedding and when.

MORE: where can I watch the Royal Wedding? 

2. But what shall I wear?

The girls from Friends know that watching TV on the couch in a wedding dress is living your best life.

Something fancy of course! Now is the time to pull out your old wedding dress, suit or bridesmaid’s outfit.

They’ve been mouldering away in your cupboards for years. Now is the time to pull out your finery. Go hard or go home, we say!

3. A stupid hat is essential

The royals love their ridiculous hats.

These ladies know the more ridiculous the hat – the better.

Guaranteed, most guests on Saturday will be wearing something silly on their heads.

We recommend making your own hat. As a media company, we recommend this newspaper pirate hat.

4. The food 

In honour of Harry and Meghan’s union, the food should be a mash-up of British and American food.

For the English part of the feast think tiny little Queen Elizabeth-worthy sandwiches, pots of tea, scones, sponge cake, glasses of champagne, and strawberries and cream.

Tea and scones anyone?

Get fat on American food with mac and cheese balls, gallons of Coke, Long Island ice teas, tater tots, brownies, hot dogs and fried chicken.

5. Party games

Play royal wedding bingo!

 This bingo sheet can be downloaded via Etsy.

Remember, royal weddings don’t come around too often.

And try not to cry because Prince Harry failed to pick you – there’s been plenty of royal divorces in the Windsor family.

You can pick him up next time around.

Camilla Parker-Bowles managed it!