Royal Wedding Cocktails: What to Drink While Celebrating Newlywed Couple Meghan Markle and Prince Harry

chambord royal wedding cocktail(Credit: Chambord)

When Meghan and Harry marry. With Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s wedding less than a day away, royal family fans and devoted Suits viewers are currently adding the finishing touches to their viewing parties and more. Add some flavor to your early morning events with these celebratory cocktails made especially for the 2018 Royal Wedding.

“As far as the menu goes, I would serve famous British treats like Banoffee Pie, Eton Mess, Bakewell Tart, Battenberg Cake and my personal favorite: Jam Roly-Poly,” celebrity wedding planner Mikie Russo tells The Knot. “Plus, English tea, prosecco, rosé and champagne.”

The St-Germain Elderflower Spritz

The couple has opted for a lemon elderflower cake comprised topped by buttercream and fresh flowers. If you and your friends want a taste of this refreshing confection, opt for a delightful beverage version crafted for The Knot by St-Germain. The elderflower liqueur is made from 1,000 elderflower blossoms handpicked in the spring. “Its unique harvest process reminds us of savoring and living in the moment, celebrating life’s joyful occasions, much like the Royal Wedding,” says brand ambassador Camille Ralph Vidal. “To commemorate their love, the Royal couple has chosen a lemon elderflower cake by Pastry Chef, Claire Ptak, paired beautifully with the St-Germain Spritz.”

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(Credit: St-Germain / Getty Images)

What You’ll Need:

2 parts Martini & Rossi Prosecco
1½ parts St-Germain French elderflower liqueur
2 parts sparkling water

How to Make It: 

Step 1: Fill a tall Collins glass with ice.
Step 2: Add Martini & Rossi first, then St-Germain, then club soda. A brand rep tells The Knot, “the order is essential.”
Step 3: Stir completely and garnish with a lemon twist.

The Chambord Royale Wedding

A luxurious cocktail fit for royalty will be a hit with your viewing party pals. Try this Chambord-crafted cocktail, which features a slight hint of the black raspberry liqueur for a fruity and decadent twist to a typical champagne toast.

Or you can simply use the bottle for decoration since it includes a regal touch with a crown and a seal.

What You’ll Need:

¼ oz Chambord Liqueur

How to Make It: 

Step 1: Pour Chambord into a champagne glass flute.
Step 2: Top up with whatever champagne you prefer.
Step 3: Plop in a raspberry.

Follow along with The Knot as we continue our coverage of the Royal Wedding 2018, and tune in to our Facebook Live at 8:00 a.m. ET/5:00 a.m. PT, here.

About the Author

Esther Lee
Esther Lee
Esther is the Senior News Editor at The Knot. A self-proclaimed pop culture enthusiast, she appreciates a good celebrity interview just as much as she adores Nancy Meyers movies. You can find her kicking off her mornings with barre and a green juice, traveling and exploring new cultures, and rapidly scrolling her feed for the latest and greatest news. Follow her on Instagram and Twitter at @theestherlee.