5 Main Line-Area Royal Wedding Watch Parties

American actress Meghan Markle will marry the United Kingdom’s Prince Harry on May 19 at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor.



 

In the biggest wedding since Prince William and Catherine Middleton’s 2011 nuptials, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s May 19 wedding at St. George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle is being lauded as the event of the year. While Britons are anxiously anticipating the pair tying the knot, Americans are equally enthralled. Celebrate on the Main Line at one of these area events.

BritBox’s Harry and Meghan - The Royal Wedding

If your TV is too small to take in the royal wedding, you’re in luck. BritBox will have special coverage of wedding on the big screen at King of Prussia Stadium 16 theater.

300 Goddard Blvd., King of Prussia.

Royal Bash at 251 Dekalb

Enjoy all things British-inspired, from live music to fashion to movies at this celebration, complete with craft cocktails and brunch bites.

251 W. Dekalb Pike, King of Prussia.

Royal Wedding Watch to Benefit Wings for Success

This watch party, which runs from 7-9 a.m., adds a fittingly philanthropic twist. Guests are encouraged to donate a dress in support of underserved women in the community. While there, browse some of Van Cleve’s fit-for-a-princess gowns. An English breakfast, mimosas and wedding cake round out this royally-inspired event.   

Van Cleve Pavillion, 1604 E. Lancaster Ave., Paoli.

Sofitel’s A Royal Tea          

In a celebration befitting of England, Sofitel is hosting a viewing and tea party in its lounge. Choose from traditional British noshes like scones, tea sandwiches and sweets, plus a selection of teas while watching the couple exchange vows.

120 S. 17th St., Philadelphia.

WHYY Royal Wedding Watch Party

A fitting location for watching the royal wedding, A Tate of Britain, along with WHYY, are hosting a watch party and buffet, complete with a complimentary mimosa toast, scones, tea and more.

503 W. Lancaster Ave., Wayne.

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