Prince William, Kate Middleton

Mario Testino/Art Partner

Did your invite to the royal wedding get lost in the mail?

It's cool, so did ours. But there are still plenty of ways to celebrate.

Although bars and pubs in L.A. and even Trinity Church in NYC are hosting all-night viewing parties of the nuptials, we suggest throwing your own soiree in the comfort of your own home since this all goes down in the early a.m. hours in the States. 

Here's how to make it the best party ever:

First, require all attendees to use our royal name generator and make nametags with their new titles. Insist that guests call each other by their new names and do their best British accents. Give out paper crowns or tiaras to designate their status. Since this is happening in the wee hours of the morning, there's no need to dress up. Pajamas, robes and slippers are totally acceptable.

Naturally, you'll need to have themed cocktails. Instead of a typical mimosa, serve a British twist on the morning drink with a Pimm's Royal Cup. The spirit is über-popular across the pond and goes nicely with champs. You can also offer your subjects hot toddies or spiked tea.

Since fish and chips may not be the best thing for breakfast, fry up a traditional English feast with fried eggs, rashers of bacon, mushroom and hash browns. You can even whip up some black pudding if you're feeling really adventurous.

After you've watched Will and Kate say their vows and had a few celebratory beverages, blindfold your subjects and invite them to play a spirited game of pin the engagement ring on Kate Middleton.

Whoever gets closest to her ringfinger wins gets a jar of Marmite. Happy partying!

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