We're just a hop, skip, and a jump away from the Royal Wedding, and whether or not you're planning to get up at the crack of dawn to celebrate the impending nuptials of Prince Harry and our own Meghan Markle, there's a good chance that if you've clicked on this post, you're planning to celebrate May 19th in some special way. The Royal Wedding is ripe for viewing party fodder, after all. And if you're planning to have a viewing party, you might want to come up with some royal wedding-themed foods to serve your guests.
Obviously, the Royal Wedding is in La Belle England, so much of the party menu should consist of Very British Foods. These include tea sandwiches (don't forget to cut off the crusts!), pints of ale (good for morning!), Ploughman lunches, scones, actual tea, jellied eels, little chocolates shaped like Paddington, and fish and chips, sorry to your roommates. As you can see, my understanding of British food has been derived exclusively from the one time I went to London as a child, from Harry Potter, and from the little English store near my grandparents' house in Upstate New York, so my apologies to basically everyone for my complete misunderstanding of your culture.