Official Royal Wedding website
Time for the royal nuptials is drawing closer, and if you want to stay on top of the latest events, you can click on the Official Royal Wedding website daily for updates. Launched on March 2nd, the website is constantly being updated with information I think you may find very interesting. A biography of Catherine was added yesterday, along with some of her childhood photos, and today you can read about their unexpected visit to Ireland, and see the interactive parade route. Since Catherine's early years have been kept relatively a secret until now, it's a sign that we are to learn more and more about the delightful couple as the wedding day approaches.
Guess what I saw in the Peter Jones department store last week?
Some of the commemorative souvenirs that are starting to make their appearance.
The plate, tankard and pill box are the three official pieces offered by the Royal Collection. In addition, they have recently added a heart shaped ornament and tea towel. All can be found here at the Royal Collection Website.
What you won't find at the Royal Collection website are these three plates, also found at Peter Jones department store.
Sour grapes anyone?
In appreciation for the extra Bank Holiday the country is being awarded on the wedding day.
And in case, you need her gift registry to pick up something unique for the couple who has everything.
Rumors are swirling that the designer of her wedding dress just might be Sarah Burton, who took over as creative director of the Alexander McQueen fashion house after his suicide last year. She seems to be a popular choice of the British people, but at this point in time, she is emphatically denying it is she.
Kate Middleton has continually stated that she prefers the design and creator of her dress to stay a secret until the wedding day, so we probably won't know for sure until April 29, but it's fun to imagine. Would it look anything like Burton's dress above? I doubt it, but I imagine it will be a blend of Kate's input and a little cutting edge from the designer--who will be British for sure.