Royal Wedding Watching

Royalty.  History.  Hype.  It’s all happening today and you want to catch some of the action.  But the truth is, watching the royal wedding (or any wedding for that matter) can be exciting for the first few minutes and then once you see the bride, watching long processional can be just that, long.  But, it can be interesting listening to the history of the tiara and fun to people watch and see who is a part of the big day.  However, if you aren’t there in person, there are ways to make it more fun at home.  We’ve shared some tips with Tres Chic Style and the Salt Lake City Tribune to make your wedding viewing a bit more memorable. (links below)

And why not take this opportunity after you watch the grand processional, to remember your own wedding day or think about what you want your own wedding day to be like.  Get in the spirit of celebrating love and write a love letter to someone special.  It’s always a great day to celebrate love!

Tres Chic Style – Royal Wedding Party Tips from Julie Subotky CEO & Author of Consider it Done

Salt Lake Tribune – Royal Wedding: Eat, Drink and Be Merry in English Style


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