The Royal Wedding

I wasn’t originally planning on doing anything to mark this occasion, other than watching, but…the closer the Royal Wedding got the more I thought about being a little girl when Princess Diana got married, and wanted to give my little girls something to remember. So, I had a little fun today coming up with this for the morning!

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I started with a some amazing free pintables I found on line.

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The bunting is from, and the “Keep Calm and Marry On” is from The TomKat Studios. I don’t have a colour printer, but I just take them to my local Staples and voila!

I also used some of the free pintables from the Design Editor. I think it’s amazing how all these great sites share their beautiful work for free!

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I used some of the pintables on the tea mugs, and some on the champagne flutes for our orange juice.

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I also found some fun favours for little girls, and big girls alike! Our very own princess tiaras, and big, beautiful, blue sapphire rings!

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For our centre piece, my sweet husband brought me some red sweetheart roses, and I added more of the pintables, with “blue sapphire” embellishments. In keeping with the jewel theme, I found these pretty floating candles too.

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On the menu in the morning, along with tea and orange juice, are scones with clotted cream, butter and jam.

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We’ll also enjoy some toasted crumpets!

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And some fruit, that matches our red and blue colour theme.

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Also, for a little sweet treat later, some classic British cookies: shortbread and empire cookies, that I picked up at the British bakery today.

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I’m really looking forward to tomorrow morning, and so are two little girls.

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Sometimes life isn’t just a party, it’s a ROYAL party! Cheers!

This post is linked up with Decor to Adore’s Royal Wedding Link-up Party, Tea Time Tuesday, Whipperberry, Tatertots and Jello, and Between Naps on the Porch.

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  1. Your table setting is beautiful and your treats look delicious! It is so nice of people to spend their time making things available for us to use for free. I love the keep calm and carry on sign. I love that you bought ring pops, your girls will love that! I have two girls too and wish I would of thought of that. I may run out tomorrow and grab some. 🙂 Beautiful table

  2. You’ve done a wonderful job of setting the table with the just the right amount of pomp and fuss and fun. I love the bunting you hung and the tags you put around the wine glasses and on the tea cups. I think some good memories will be made with your girls. I made some heart-shaped scones and will also be watching the wedding tomorrow morning.

  3. A party fit for a Queen! Love lives in the wonderful details.

    Thank you so much for linking up.

  4. Looks great! I wish that I had made some scones to celebrate too! Lol. It really does look delish, Love all your little “royal” touches Dannyelle!

  5. Your party table is great, what a cute idea! I was watching the Nate
    burkus show yesterday and they were talking about hosting a party
    as you watch the wedding, and I was thinking I wish they had done
    this show last week, I would have loved to have done that! I know
    yall are gonna have a blast, so eat a scone for me!!
    You really outdid yourself, everything looks adorable, and fun
    Party on!!
    Blessings, Nellie

  6. I’m sure your little princesses loved your party. From long stemmed red roses to clotted cream, you did it all right!!!!

  7. What wonderful memories you will have! Great table and party. I love the printables you found!!!

  8. Wow this looks amazing!! I just watched on the sofa *humble blush*

  9. Love your table…

  10. Such a fun memory!

  11. Wow, you did a great job! Memories of Charles and Diana’s wedding was one of the reasons I wanted to make it special for my girls too.

    After all my efforts their favourite bit turned out to be having “tea” (water) from a teapot poured into little “teacups” (espresso cups) with “milk” (blackcurrant juice). Took me all of 5 seconds to think up and prepare that one!

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