I'm planning a small party with buffet lunch for 14 guests and would love some help with ideas for my menu. It's on the day of the royal wedding but the wedding itself is just a theme and an excuse for a party and it's more a celebration of the bank holiday really. I've got lots of pretty bunting, pastel paper chains and union jacks to decorate, drinks will be served in tea cups and food on fancy floral paper plates. I would've liked to serve a afternoon tea with sandwiches, scones and cakes but since people will be drinking (and the party starts at 10:30am...) I need to make it a bit more substantial. I want to be able to prepare it all in advance, for it to be filling, as cheap as possible and if it fits in with a British/afternoon tea/dainty-food-served-on-cake-stands theme then all the better. There will be a couple of pregnant ladies there so I need to make sure there's enough that they can eat. So far I've thought about sandwiches (including coronation chicken), mini Cornish pasties, goats cheese pastry bites, roast potatoes and lots of Pimms. Would appreciate any ideas on what food to serve and also quantities - this is the first time I've made food for this many people and I have no idea how much is enough for everyone. Thanks.