The Best Platinum Jubilee Party, Craft And Baking Ideas

The Best Royal Platinum Jubilee Party Craft & Cooking Activities For The Whole Family

Looking for fun ways to celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee? We’ve rounded up the best Queen's Platinum Jubilee party, craft and baking ideas and activities for the whole family.

Queen's Platinum Jubilee party craft and baking ideas

What Is The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee?

The Platinum Jubilee marks 70 years of a monarch's reign. It's a significant milestone, and Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II, will be the first British monarch to reach it. There’s even an extra Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Bank Holiday on Friday 3rd June.

With street parties taking place across the UK, you might be looking for fun royal-themed activities to help you all celebrate. If you’re hosting your own event, or want some fun activities for your family, here are our favourite Royal Jubilee Craft & Cooking Activities to help get the party started.

Here Are Our Favourite Platinum Jubilee Party, Craft & Baking Activities

1. Make Platinum Jubilee Bunting

Decorate your Platinum Jubilee party with a regal twist on classic bunting. Hobbycraft have five ideas for festive garlands, including knitted bunting and a handy no-sew version. Find out more here.

2. Decorate Platinum Jubilee Place Settings

Decorate your dinner table and entertain your tiny guests at the same time with these printable colour-in place settings from Hobbycraft and artist Emma Hunt. There’s also a colour-in bunting template with added corgis, which is sure to keep them occupied for hours. Download the template sheets here.

3. Make A Fruit Flag Tray Bake

With an easy sponge recipe and a fruity flag design, this flag tray bake with a healthy twist will be an excellent centrepiece at any party. Find the recipe on BBC Good Food.

4. Decorate With A Platinum Jubilee Door Wreath

If you’re having a street party, why not decorate your doors on the day? Proving that wreaths are not just for Christmas, we love this idea from Little Button Diaries for a Jubilee-themed door wreath. To make your own, raid the recycling, cut a circle out of card (cereal boxes would work well) and decorate with everything red, white and blue.

5. Whip Up Some Red, White, And Blue Pom Poms

Pom poms are another classic craft activity that kids will love. Give yours a Jubilee twist by making them with red, white and blue wool. You can then string them up to make pom pom party bunting.

Read this post for four ways to make pom poms.

How to make pompoms

6. Play Platinum Jubilee Garden Games

If you’re looking for Royal Jubilee games and activities, we like this list of 11 party and garden games to try, including the Royal’s favourite board games and fun games to play in the garden. Anyone for croquet?

7. Make Strawberry Shortcake Party Biscuits

A sweet party snack you can get your children involved in making, we love the look of these strawberry shortcake biscuits by Georgia Coote. Find more Jubilee ideas on the Rex London blog.

8. Play With Union Jack Fortune Tellers

A fun activity for older kids, this classic childhood game has been given a regal update by Red Ted Art. You can add royal family facts or fun dares to yours. Download the template here.

9. Make A Platinum Jubilee Crown

And finally, to make sure everyone is suitable attired for the party, try this next-level crown from Happy Little Learners. If you want something more simple, search on Pinterest for a prinatable crown template. Have fun!

For more fun activities, make sure you pay a visit to our Wellkid Peppa Pig activity hub with Peppa Pig activity for kids including colouring sheets you can print off, maze fun with Grandpa Pig and a fruit stall spot the different with Peppa and her friends.

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Gillian Crawshaw

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