• Carole Middleton's party supplies company Party Pieces launched a royal-themed party collection
  • The collection includes decorations "featuring a mix of classic stripes and the iconic Union Jack topped with English roses"
  • The launch comes a few months before Queen Elizabeth's Platinum Jubilee celebration in June

Kate Middleton's mother, Carole Middleton, is honoring Queen Elizabeth's Platinum Jubilee in her own way.

Carole recently launched a royal-themed party collection through her company Party Pieces, which offers party decorations and supplies, including balloons, personalized cakes, banners and more.

The new collection, dubbed "A Great British Party," includes balloons, banners and bunting "featuring a mix of classic stripes and the iconic Union Jack topped with English roses," according to the announcement on the Party Pieces Instagram account.

The collection also includes "Right Royal Spectacle Union Jack" cake toppers featuring miniature cardboard cut-outs of the Queen and her famous corgis.

"This Party Pieces collection is eco-friendly and recyclable or reusable, made from FSC-certified paper," the post read.

The collection was met with praise and excitement on Instagram.

"This is tremendous. Such a wonderful way to celebrate the Queen! Congratulations," one user commented.

"Oh my god. Love, do you ship to the U.S.? I can't make the Jubilee in person, but I promise I will be watching Stateside," another wrote.

"I love those paper cups! Everything will be collectible, won't it?" another asked.

Carole was present at the Queen's Diamond Jubilee celebration back in 2012 and has since attended several events as a guest of the royal family over the years.

While it has not been confirmed, the Duchess of Cambridge's family is expected to be invited to Queen Elizabeth's Platinum Jubilee celebration in June — a long weekend of public events marking her 70th year on the throne.

The planned festivities, which will take place between June 2 and June 5, include Trooping the Colour (the annual public celebration of the Queen's birthday), the lighting of Platinum Jubilee beacons, a service of Thanksgiving at St. Paul's Cathedral, the Derby at Epsom Downs, a live concert called "Platinum Party at the Palace," the Big Jubilee Lunch and the Platinum Jubilee Pageant, People reported.

In addition to these, a giant slide will also be installed at the Tower of London as part of an impressive floral display, and a carnival featuring 5,000 performers and a dragon float the size of an iconic red bus will be held in London.

"The celebrations embody the emotional and spiritual elements of the monarchy and what it means to peoples' hearts," royal historian Robert Lacey told People of the Queen's Jubilee celebrations. "People feel them as milestones in their own lives too."

Kate Middleton and Carole Middleton
Kate Middleton and Carole Middleton as they arrive at The Goring Hotel after visiting Westminster Abbey on April 28, 2011 in London. Getty Images/Christopher Furlong