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Old 04-20-2011, 08:25 PM
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I really can't imagine watching the wedding with nothing to eat near me but it'll be 3am here and I can't imagine I'll be too hungry so I'm planning on making coffee and pouring it into my royal wedding mug along with my tiara, sapphire ring and matching earrings and crown pendant necklace. After I'm prob going to make chocolate pancakes while they break off for the wedding breakfast. I'll prob also make some cookies the night before as a treat for later on watching primetime coverage.
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Old 04-23-2011, 01:55 PM
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That's a great idea! (Except my birthday is a little further down the road).
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Old 04-24-2011, 04:48 AM
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I haven't even thought about how I will celebrate. Seeing as I won't be at my own home, I think I'll just have a few cups of tea.
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Old 04-24-2011, 09:05 AM
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Interesting information about royal wedding parties in England
Royal wedding leaves split in UK with just fewer than 30 street parties planned north of border - The Daily Record
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Old 04-26-2011, 11:45 AM
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Since no-one I know will be watching (apart from my mum and sister perhaps), I will probably be watching it alone at home. Hubby will be there too since we work from home but I doubt he'll be watching. As silly it may sound (a royal wedding is always a good excuse for some celebration ), I was actually considering making a really nice breakfast followed by a slightly more luxurious lunch than usually with perhaps some champagne afterwards. I am planning on wearing my most beautiful jewellery. Not sure yet what I'll wear on my hair, a fascinator or a tiara. I don't know if it would be too silly to go and buy a tiara for this occasion (I have wanted to get one for years, just for fun) but doesn't every lady deserve some luxury every once in a while..? I do know of course wearing one before the evening goes against the etiquette.
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Old 04-26-2011, 12:28 PM
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They don't know how many parties there will or won't be. All they have to base it on is applications that have been made for road closures. That's fine for towns, but there are countless villages and rural communities where parties may be taking place without the need for road closures. Come to that, even in towns there may be parties planned in off-street locations.
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Old 04-26-2011, 01:31 PM
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I'm taking Friday off work since my sister, mom, and I will be up late Thursday night (we're in California) watching the wedding. My husband will be joining us for breakfast. So far, my sister's getting the scones but I think we'll need something more substantial for breakfast at 6am. I'm just so excited to see Kate in her wedding dress!!! She's gorgeous and the whole event will be a major treat.
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Old 04-26-2011, 01:54 PM
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Since no-one I know will be watching (apart from my mum and sister perhaps), I will probably be watching it alone at home. Hubby will be there too since we work from home but I doubt he'll be watching. As silly it may sound (a royal wedding is always a good excuse for some celebration ), I was actually considering making a really nice breakfast followed by a slightly more luxurious lunch than usually with perhaps some champagne afterwards. I am planning on wearing my most beautiful jewellery. Not sure yet what I'll wear on my hair, a fascinator or a tiara. I don't know if it would be too silly to go and buy a tiara for this occasion (I have wanted to get one for years, just for fun) but doesn't every lady deserve some luxury every once in a while..? I do know of course wearing one before the evening goes against the etiquette.
I'll be by myself too. Am planning to wear a hat with my PJs as it's a hat wedding not a tiara wedding. I have plenty of both to choose from, including my newly acquired Duchess of Durham tiara.

I'm going to make William's cake and enjoy during the wedding or after.

Am really excited for Friday morning, have lots to do before.

As an aside, I've joked with my boyfriend about going to the courthouse Friday and get married since Kate and William are getting married. Doubt we will.
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Old 04-27-2011, 06:09 PM
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I am not a fan of Tori Spelling, but I thought this was cute!

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Tori Spelling loves a party – and she's planning to celebrate Prince William and Kate Middleton's royal wedding on Friday in style.


The star of her own party-planning show, Oxygen's sTORIbook Weddings, Spelling especially loves theme parties. So in honor of the royal nuptials, she's going to host a "Royal Wedding Sleepover Party" for her friends and family at her house.

Royal Wedding: Tori Spelling Party for Kate Middleton & Prince William Nuptials : People.com
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Old 04-27-2011, 07:13 PM
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I really can't imagine watching the wedding with nothing to eat near me but it'll be 3am here and I can't imagine I'll be too hungry so I'm planning on making coffee and pouring it into my royal wedding mug along with my tiara, sapphire ring and matching earrings and crown pendant necklace. After I'm prob going to make chocolate pancakes while they break off for the wedding breakfast. I'll prob also make some cookies the night before as a treat for later on watching primetime coverage.
I have to ask. Why are you putting your tiara, ring, earrings and pendant into your coffee mug? Are they choclate? (Just kidding, but your wording is quite giggle inducing.)
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Old 04-27-2011, 08:13 PM
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It's the day before the wedding! I've got to travel up to Norfolk to collect my mum and bring her down to Suffolk for the wedding, put up bunting, work out menus for breakfast, lunch and dinner on Friday, watch the news and keep up with all that is going on here on the royal forums! I hope all our friends across the Atlantic get early nights tonight!!

My partner came home tonight with an official Royal Collection commemorative mug - such a surprise and as it's bone china perfect for my morning cup of tea!!

Well, Thursday is going to be a busy day and I''m just getting so excited!!!!! Hurrah!! The day before the wedding!
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wedding of william and kate

this is very late, but i was wondering if anybody here besides myself traveled to london to view the wedding in person?
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