Drink Company’s newest themed pop-up bar will be devoted to the royal wedding.
According to the Washingtonian:
When you enter, you’ll see flowers, tuile, and a replica of the couple’s lemon-elderflower wedding cake. The chef for the British Embassy is making the (faux) cake based on descriptions that the royals have released. Another edible replica cake will be given away to one lucky guest in a raffle benefiting the Invictus Games Foundations, of which Prince Harry is a patron.
From there, you’ll be transported to St. George’s Chapel. The team even tracked down the British royals’ real-life flag-maker—who also did work on the show The Crown—to get their own heraldic standards, AKA flags that represent members of the Order of the Garter.
The very back of the bar will be transformed into the lavish red and gold throne room at Buckingham Palace, where Prince William and Kate Middleton (and other royals) had official wedding photographs taken.
The bar will open it's doors with the new decor on May 4 and end on 20, with a viewing party of the ceremony on the morning of May 19. 🇺🇸🇬🇧
See the full drink list HERE which includes drinks like the Markle Sparkle and When Harry Met Meghan.