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The recent announcements about an entire three days’ worth of celebrations means coronation party hire is soaring. So, if you’re thinking of arranging a party that’s fit for a king, it’s high time to start pulling your ideas together and getting things booked.

After all, Sky News assures us: “King Charles’s coronation will be an occasion for ‘celebration and pageantry’”. That means ramping up the splendiferousness and treating your squad to a right royal knees-up, whether you’re:

·        Partying on the big day itself on Saturday 6th May
·        Dancing till dark during the star-studded coronation concert the day after
·        Contributing to your local community for bank holiday Monday’s ‘big help out’

Planning is easy once you’ve decided on the type of revelry and the crowd you’re catering for.

With that in mind, dust off your Union flags and bunting, polish up your tiara, and make a wish list of coronation party hire that does the hard work for you.

A wooden trestle table laid with mixed red, white and blue crockery, glassware and flowers, plus white chairs decked with bunting.

What Coronation Party Hire Do You Need for Family Affairs?

Traditional street parties are fun-packed affairs for all the family. So, keep your coronation party hire as simple but impactful as your ‘spread’, bearing in mind you’re feeding and watering everybody from tots to grannies.

The tricolours of the national flag provide the perfect backdrop, with gleaming white signature tablecloths offset with ruby red table runners and appropriately royal blue napkins.

With the scene set, use crisp white crockery and quirky cake stands to serve up lashings of crowd-pleasing cupcakes, sandwiches and nibbles. Perhaps include some of His Majesty’s own personal favourites, like mini pizzas, scotch eggs and slices of moist fruit cake.

A coronation party table in a back garden, with red, white and blue table linen and white crockery, cake stands and teapots.

And for Adult Only Coronation Celebrations?

Step it up a notch if the kids aren’t invited or you’re planning an evening soiree when they’re in bed.

Your coronation party hire list might include pure white folding chairs, which are super easy to put out and stack away if you’re expecting a lot of people. Otherwise, Chiavari white chairs with red seating pads are a more majestic option for smaller numbers.

And glorious coloured glassware is a real jewel in the crown of coronation party hire, without costing a king’s ransom.

Imagine bringing your table/s to life with beautiful blue glass charger plates, regal red stemmed goblets and ritzy baby royal champagne flutes to toast the reign of our new monarch.

Plus, think about other small details that can create big impact, such as used tin cans re-purposed with a lick of blue paint and brimming with breath-taking red and white roses. (Or carnations are equally as stunning if you’re watching the purse strings.)

A wooden trestle table laid with clear and red wine glasses and blue tin cans filled with red and whire roses and eucalytus.

At Co-ordination Event Hire, we’ve got all your coronation party hire needs covered, whether you’re a first-timer to street party planning or a pro at it. As one of the leading event hire specialists in the realm, you can rely on us for everything from chairs, linen, tables, glassware and crockery. In addition, we can also help with more specialist catering equipment, bar hire and even dancefloors.

Get in touch with us for coronation celebrations that are hassle-free for you and unforgettable for your friends and neighbours.


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