The Royal Treat: Food & Desserts Fit for Royalty

With the wedding of Prince Harry to actress Meghan Markle just days away, many people are wondering what every detail is going to be. Most of those details have been tight-lipped but we have been given a few clues.

We know that Table Talk will provide the food and Claire Ptak of Violet Cakes will bake their cake, but we won’t know the exact menu details until Saturday!

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And so it begins 🍋

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The cake will be Lemon Elderflower. Follow this link if you’d like to make your own!

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Petal perfect

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Let’s also take a look at a few of the past royal wedding menu items!

Prince William & Kate’s wedding menu in 2011 included crab and langoustines, a fresh herb salad, marinated salmon, organic lamb with spring vegetables, English asparagus, potatoes and Windsor sauce. Dessert was honey ice cream, a sherry trifle, and a chocolate parfait.

 

 

 

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In 1999, Prince Edward & Sophie Rhys-Jones had a self-service buffet of smoked haddock in pastry, beef stroganoff, and raspberries in cream. They also broke tradition with their wedding cake as layers of devil’s food cake rather than a traditional tiered fruitcake.

 

 

 

 

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Seven-Tier Devil’s Food Cake

In 1986, Prince Andrew and Sarah’s wedding menu featured Eggs Drumkilbo, the late Queen Mother’s favorite dish, lamb with mint sauce, potatoes, strawberries with clotted cream and a six-tiered wedding cake completed their meal.

 

 

 

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Prince Charles & Diana’s wedding menu in 1981 included traditional strawberries with cream, brill in lobster sauce, and chicken breasts stuffed with lamb mousse. They served 27 cakes, including a five-foot tall fruitcake with white icing.

 

 

 

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We can’t wait to see what Prince Harry and Meghan have on their menu Saturday!

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