Cocktails, foods for royal wedding viewing bash!

Award-winning mixologist Charlotte Voisy's "Blue Dimaond" cocktail for royal wedding viewing parties
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There will be countless royal wedding viewing parties going on around the world tomorrow.

And it's still not too late to throw together one of your own - and makme it a royal affair -- using suggestions and recipes offered on "The Early Show" Thursday by award-winning mixologist Charlotte Voisey.

To get into the festive spirit -- especially at 5 in the morning on the U.S. East Coast, when the wedding begins, Charlotte says you should use some fun, thematic decorations. For the show, she ordered a lot of fun decorations from an American party supply company AND the Middleton family's website) -- but all you need is a printer.

Examples:

Really cute downloadable invites, from Betty Crocker

And -- the must-have bunting that is all around London. She got hers from Brides.com.

Enjoy all our "Early Show" recipes!

FOOD & DRINK

In keeping with the wedding theme, we're serving something old (classic cocktail), something new (new cocktail), something borrowed (twist on a classic) and something blue (blue cupcake!).

Something Old: Classic Cocktail

Created by Harry Craddock of the Savoy Hotel on Feb 28, 1922 to mark the wedding celebrations of HRH Princess Mary

Source: Savoy Cocktail Book

Cocktail: Princess Mary's Pride

Recipe:

  • 2 oz. Calvados or Apple brandy
  • 1 oz. Dubonnet
  • 1/2 oz Dry Vermouth

Shake, serve up

Served With: Toast & Marmalade

Something New: Recipe Created by Charlotte

Cocktail: Royal Balmoral Punch

Recipe:

  • 3 parts Glenfiddich 12 Year Old Single Malt Scotch Whisky
  • 1 part infused simple syrup*
  • 2 parts fresh pressed granny smith apple juice
  • topped with 2 parts traditional lemonade

Combine ingredients in a punch bowl with one large block of ice

Serve with a ladle into glass tea cups

* To make, combine 1c. English breakfast Tea, brewed strong then mixed while hot with 1c. sugar until a syrup comes together

Garnish with a thistle either in the punch or frozen into the block of ice.

Served With: canapes (various finger foods - appetizers)

Something Borrowed: Recipe modified by Charlotte Voisey

Cocktail: Rosie Lee

Recipe:

  • 1-1/2 oz Hendrick's Gin
  • 1/2 oz rose petal infused simple syrup (Monin)
  • 1 oz Lychee fruit juice
  • 1/2 oz freshly squeezed lemon juice
  • 1 dash Angostura bitters

Combine ingredients and shake well

Strain up into a tea cup or cocktail glass

Garnish with a slice of lemon

Served With: tea sandwiches

Something Blue: Navy Blue Drink to match Kate's ring

Cocktail: Blue Diamond

Recipe:

  • 1 oz Creme De Violette
  • 1/4 oz Bols Blue Curacao
  • 1/2 oz Hendrick's Gin
  • 1 lemon wedge, squeezed and dropped

Combine ingredients in a mixing glass, stir with ice

Strain into a flute, top with Champagne

Garnish with edible silver

Served With: "Royal" blue cupcakes, dyed to match Kate's engagement ring