Stuck with nothing to do to celebrate the wedding of the year?

Here's a little list of all the places you can wave your British flag with pride to celebrate the union of the Harry and Meghan.

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If you don't fancy battling the crowds and tight security in Windsor, why not try one of these?

A DRINK

The Royal Standard on London Road, Headington, is inviting people to join them throughout the day in raising a glass of their specially brewed ale to toast of the happy couple.

The limited-edition beer crowned ‘Something borrowed, something brewed’ is an American pale ale dubbed ‘the perfect tipple to toast’ this Saturday.

TEA AND CAKE

‘Eat, drink and be merry’ say St Aldates Tavern, who are swinging open the doors to party with teapots during the big day.

Cream teas and cakes will be served along with their regular menu and drinks selection from 11am.

GARDEN PARTY

Watch the wedding live whilst enjoying an eclectic mix of all things British and summer on the big day.

Afternoon tea, an all-day BBQ and a live jazz band will all be on offer at The Falcon in Banbury.

In additional to the list of delights on offer, distilleries will also be offering a gin tasting selection and big drink brands, Garden Cider and Aperol, will be on hand to greet guests.

GETTING MARRIED?

The Lion Pub in Wendlebury, Bicester have fully embraced the celebratory spirit by planning two events in the run up to the big event.

On Friday they’ll be hosting a ‘Right Royal Toast’ party offering ‘Markle’s Sparkle’ bubbly and best of British and American food and music. To celebrate the wedding, visitors to the pub during the main event, can raise a teapot of the royal inspired ‘Ginger Prince’ and ‘Wedding Cake’ cocktails or a glass of specially brewed ‘Hooray Harry Ale’ whilst indulging in foody favourites inside Harry’s Hamper.

The first five couples to wed on the day and bring along their marriage certificates will also get a free bottle of prosecco.

DRESS UP

Guests not formally invited to the grounds of Windsor’s Chapel are cordially invited to throw on their favourite hat and ‘dress royal’ at the Rickety Press this Saturday.

VIPs can celebrate from noon at the pub on Cranham Street, Jericho. No RSVP required.

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