There are some royal wedding nuptials coming up, and we are obsessed! Are you? Prince Harry and American actress, Megan Markle are getting hitched May 19 and the countdown is on. Though most of us won’t be attending (lost our invite ahem …) , we can definitely get into the Royal spirit right here in Vancouver. Here are 4 ways to get Royal in Vancouver.
4 Ways to Celebrate the Royal Wedding in Vancouver
Granville Island Hat Shop
The Royals know how to adorn their heads and there’s no better way to feel >>>>>>> than to top off your noggin with a gorgeous hat or fascinator from Granville Island Hat Shop. They have a wide variety of hats and head pieces to suit any occasion – even if it is watching from the comfort of your couch.
Horse Drawn Carriage Tours at Stanley Park
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Following the wedding ceremony, Prince Harry and Megan Markle will ride in a horse drawn carriage. You can get the real deal carriage ride too at Stanley Park! Stanley Park Tours offers carriage ride tours from 9 am to 5 pm. Be sure to call to reserve your seats.
735 Stanley Park Drive, Vancouver
Secret Garden High Tea Company
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We love High Tea at Secret Garden for their delicious eats and child friendly options (they also cater to gluten free and vegetarian restrictions). Try their new to-go option so you can enjoy High Tea at home during the live broadcast.
2138 West 40th, Vancouver
British Pubs & Beer
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The Fat Badger 1616 Alberni St, Vancouver
The Cheshire Cheese Inn 4585 Dunbar, Vancouver
Aside from tea, the Brits love their beer and pub fare. Find some of the most authentic British Pubs right here in Vancouver. The Fat Badger and The Cheshire Cheese Inn are top favourites. If you prefer to crack a brew at home, Granville Island Brewing makes a fantastic English Pale Ale.
The blogger behind Nourish Through Movement, Reg Von Lok writes about DIY and style, nourishment through movement and integrates it all with motherhood, family and life's curveballs. She lives live in the Metro Vancouver area with my husband and two girls.