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Coronation Gift Guide.

We have got some lovely things lined up to show you for the coronation next month. Are you planning on celebrating in true British style on May 6th? Maybe you're going all out with a street party or hosting an afternoon tea? However you decide to celebrate we have found some lovely items from some lovely small businesses that would be perfect to make your theme complete, create memories and become keepsakes. We've loved creating the gift guides and sharing other small businesses on our socials for #smallbizsunday. As always if you think you've found something that would sit perfectly in here, send us a message, through our contact page or on our socials and we might give it a share for our next #smallbizsunday.

Kings Coronation Banner - £23.95

Goose and Grey have some lovely signs that are perfect for celebrating over the long weekend and would happily be hung up in your home for years to come, once the event is over. There are lots of other design options available in the same signature style as above, as well as there being other size and material options. It was really hard to pick just one to show you, as I loved them all, so I've actually cheated and shown you two. I think they both sum up the spirit of royal celebrations, one in a fun British style and one in a more royal, sophisticated style. Another difference is one is a fabric wall hanging, the other a board. Have a look at their whole range as I'm sure you'll find something that you just have to have.

Coronation Iced Sugar Biscuits - £22 (for 10)

These biscuits from Crumbs Biscuits look amazing and would definitely take your coronation party up to that next level. Featuring the official royal coat of arms as well as the crown, and flag they will fit perfectly with the British theme and not only look good but according to over 1.3k 5 star reviews, they should taste amazing too!

King Charles Needle Punch Decoration - £10

This adorable decoration by Flossie and Bean would look lovely in a display for your coronation party and I'm sure would easily be able to find a permanent spot somewhere in your home once the celebrations where all over. Created using a needle punch technique this piece is super cute and so detailed *add's to basket*.

Coronation Dog Bandana - £9+ (starting from)

These coronation bandanas from Sarah Furever would make sure your pampered pooch isn't left out and looks the part. The print is super cute featuring illustrations of iconic British symbols like the Union Jack bunting, post box and red bus, mixed with some regal icons like the staff and throne too. We haven't tested them out ourselves but they look really good quality too and with nearly 1.5k 5 star reviews, there's more than a few people who'd agree.

Coronation Food Prop - £5 (for one)

These cute wooden food props from The Willoughby Way would look amazing if you were going for a garden party or afternoon tea vibe. It could be popped in a Victoria sponge or cake of choice and they also come as wands with a slightly longer stick and some ribbon in to use in a display or for little ones to join in with the fun. They come in 3 different designs featuring the official coat of arms and coronation date keepsake.

Coronation Bunting - £14+ (starting from)

This beautiful bunting from Sewn by Design Gifts features two lovely fabric patterns which you can get either alternating or all of the same fabric. You can buy it in different lengths starting at 1.5 metres and going up to 5 metres so can be used hung up on a wall as a decoration or strung across the room to make an impact. Either way every British themed celebration needs bunting and this one is perfect.

Thanks, Tasha (and Faye) x

*All product prices are correct at the time of publishing and don't include delivery.

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