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Partying in your street or celebrating in your garden? However you’ll be marking the bank holiday, this curated collection of Platinum Jubilee treats will help you commemorate the monarch’s historic milestone in style. From tempting biscuits and joyful bunting to hampers packed with goodies, here’s our edit fit for a queen.

Decorated in Union Jack flags, the Royal Coat of Arms and the Queens crown, these patriotic paper chains will keep the kids quite while you crack open the fizz. Easy to do, just take a strip and curl until the two ends meet. Next, loop another strip through the centre of the circle and attach the ends once again. Repeat until you’ve reached the length of chain you desire. From Talking Tables.

The crowning glory of the Harvey Nichols gifting range! An exquisite wicker hamper is packed to the brim for the Bank Holiday Weekend. There’s tipples and treats aplenty – from G&Ts to classy crackers – to ensure a stylishly scrumptious party.

The Den Kit Company’s Plant a Tree for the Jubilee allows the little ones to be a monarch of their own little outdoor kingdom. Containing nature-inspired activities that include decorating a woven willow crown and sowing native tree seeds, this is a creative, planet-friendly way to mark the big day.

Deck the halls with Jubilee Paper Bunting, designed by Sister Sister in Shropshire. Printed on both sides, the front features two portraits of the Queen, Union flags, a crown-wearing corgi and a cup and saucer; while the back is in a pretty floral pattern. The flags are punched ready to be strung. Available from Folksy.

Dress your best bakes with these cupcake toppers. The perfect finishing touch, you can pair with flag covered paper plates, napkins and cups and even a London Bus treat stand from the Party Like Royalty range. Each pack contains ten cupcake toppers. From Ginger Ray.

Wayfair has a host of stylish accessories to dress your table ready for your Platinum Jubilee Tea Party. Choose from cake stands and glass couple glasses, bone china dinnerware and Union Jack Pennants.

English confectioner Biscuiteers have baked up a tin of treats to mark the occasion. Available from Selfridges, the buttery biscuits, infused with lemon and plenty of golden syrup, are decorated with iconic images including crowns, royal corgis, Beefeaters and Buckingham Palace.

This apron, designed by Victoria Egg, features a hand-drawn design inspired by the dress worn by The Queen during her Coronation in 1952. There’s flowers from every country in the Commonwealth, including England’s Tudor rose.