Bicycle Wine Rack
Don't let the fact that you're on two wheels stop you from bringing the goods to the park. Strap in a bottle of wine and pedal on to your picnic.
Wine app Drop has launched a new park delivery service meaning you can order artisan wine, crushed ice and corkscrews to be dropped off at any London park or garden within an hour. No more warm wine!
Garden Cocktail Hamper
Provisions have teamed up with The Umbrella Project to create a cocktail-lovers DREAM picnic hamper championing independent food and drink producers. It includes a wicker basket filled with the likes of Umbrella London's Rhubarb Cider, a bottle of Prosecco and a wheel of camembert.
W&P Utensil Set
Say no to plastic cutlery and say no to throwing odd forks into your bag and getting them covered in hummus and crumbs. Say yes to this utensil sets, which come in handy little silicone carry cases to keep them clean and keep them together.
Beavertown Neck Support Beer Bundle
With eight cans of Neck Oil in each box, plus a jazzy little tumbler, this Beavertown bundle is perfect for your six-man picnics, not least because everyone gets a beer that way.
Keeping drinks cold is always a problem at picnics but not with this baby. The stainless steel canteen keeps the cold for 25 hours and has a wide mouth so you can get ice cubes in there easily. And at 750ml, it can hold an entire bottle of rose.
Porters Pocket Negroni
Thanks to cocktails in cans you can sip on a whole range of drinks at your picnics without the need to lug spirits and mixers around. And they don't come cuter than these Pocket Negronis.
Tweedmill Rainbow Picnic Rug
Aside from the food and the booze, the real picnic essential is a good blanket - you don't want to have to resort to sitting on your jumper now do you? This rainbow one will jazz even the most basic of spreads.
These letterbox style drinks come in 16 different flavours, including all the classics and some more interesting concoctions too. They are packed in a slim pouch making them light weight so you can carry more in your bag – winner.
Pale Fox Prosecco
But is it a picnic without popping a bottle of Prosecco? Didn't think so. Pale Fox are using 100% renewable energy sources to produce this delicate (and very drinkable) sparkling wine. It's the perfect picnic bev to sip on.
Torres Black Truffle Crisps
Sure you could go for the standard old salt & vinegar or sweet chilli but being out and about is something to celebrate, so take your crisp game a up a notch with these black truffle flavour babies.
Shop Cuvée Park Drops
Shop Cuvée are bringing back their park deliveries in April so you don't need to worry about making a mad dash to the corner shop when you run out of booze. And they'll be doing snacks this time too.
Espresso Martini Bike
Earl's Court coffee joint Over-Under have teamed up with Black Cow Vodka to deliver Espresso Martini cocktails to us Londoners socialising outdoors. And they're selling them ready-to-swig online too.
There's no need to waste valuable time dodging soggy grass with this inflatable chair. And even better, it doesn't actually need inflating - just swoosh it round to fill with air. Then spread out solo or couple up for a much comfier lounging sesh.
The Umbrella Project have teamed up with bars, The Sun Tavern and Discount Suit Company, to launch this new range of bottled cocktails. Featuring a Banana Daiquiri, East 8 Hold Up and Three Dots and a Dash - they're begging to be slipped into your picnic basket and poured in the park.