GardenJason Koppel

Summer is just around the corner and preparations are in full swing for the royal wedding on the 19th of May 2018, but how can you cheat your way to a royal garden party? Here at TJ Hughes, we have plenty of discounted garden furniture and pretty garden decorations to help you to transform your garden or backyard for less than you thought possible. Make Meghan Markle green with envy and Harry hoping for an invite to your royal garden party with a little help from TJ Hughes.

Royal Garden Party Food

No royal garden party is complete without an array of finger food and delicious drinks. Here are some clever and cost effective ways to give your garden buffet a royal twist.

Cucumber sandwiches- the perfect garden party sandwich and cheap to make too. Simply slice fresh cucumber and layer over soft cheese and white bread. Slice into bite sized pieces and serve. You can also add pickle if you like a little kick to your sandwiches.

Homemade lemonade- squeeze 4-6 fresh lemons into a jug of water and ice. Add fresh mint leaves and a good helping of sugar until it tastes sweet and delicious.

Dress up a Victoria sponge cake by adding fresh strawberries, raspberries and blackberries. It is so effective and makes a homemade sponge look truly sensational and as though you have had it professionally made.

Make jelly teacups by dissolving jelly cubes in warm water and pouring into dainty fine china teacups. You can often pick up fine bone china teacups from second hand shops very cheaply. Add a dollop of clotted cream and a couple of berries for a delicious family treat.

Royal Garden Furniture

The colour blue is a historic reflection of nobility and thanks to our stunning range of garden furniture, you can now incorporate royal blue into your garden. Our Valencia loungers comes in a number of colours including blue. Although it may not exactly be royal blue, for such a fantastic price, we think it’s close enough!

Founded in 1067, Winchester Castle is a medieval building in Hampshire and was once home to King Henry III. Shielding royals throughout history from the elements, protect your guests