If you need a fun idea to help you recover from the post-Easter blues, consider getting up early (east U.S. coast) or going to bed late (west U.S. coast), etc. so you can enjoy celebrating the Royal couple’s big day – Friday, April 29th, beginning at 4:00 a.m. EST. If you don’t have time to join them on their big day because of work commitments, consider recording the event to view at a more convenient time. Whenever you’re ready….
enjoy the festivities along with a cup of tea and one of the best scone recipes: http://allrecipes.com//Recipe/worlds-best-scones-from-scotland-to-the-savoy-to-the-us/Detail.aspx
You might even want your own souvenir – a replica of the royal engagement ring – available at Michael’s craft stores for around $6 (with a 40% off coupon): http://www.michaels.com/Bead-Landing%E2%84%A2-Princess-Ring/bd0929,default,pd.html?cgid=products&start=1
You can enjoy the festivities, on your own in your fuzzy slippers, or invite a few friends to join you. If that sounds like fun, here is a free ROYAL PARTY INVITATION template you can download: http://www.bettycrocker.com/sitecore/shell/controls/rich%20text%20editor/~/media/Files/PDF/RoyalWedding_Invite.ashx
For a change, something happy is in the news, so enjoy the pomp & circumstance and feel free to celebrate with the happy couple. Congratulations William & Kate!
Thoroughly enjoyed the “Royal Wedding Viewing” party this morning (except for the 4:00 a.m. start, of course – LOL)
In keeping with my motto of “celebrating on a budget”, the souvenirs for our Royal Wedding Viewing Party totaled only $5. The cup was $1 and the sticker (of the royal couple) was made and printed from a computer, the Crown ornament and soap were both found at Michael’s Craft Store for $1 each and the cookies were made by a local baker for $1 each also. I think the ornament, especially, will be a fun reminder when hung on my tree, once Christmas arrives!