The royal wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan is tomorrow. During the ceremony they will be called henry and Rachel.
The wedding of Henry and Rachel
They are getting married on the day one of Henry VIII wives; Anne Boleyn was beheaded.
Anne Boleyn: One Wedding and a Funeral
I have posted about, what has been worn at previous weddings and about the immediate members of the royal family.
The Queen’s Mother wedding
Queen Elizabeth 11 Drop Scones; recipe from Letters of Note compiled by Shaun Usher
The Queen’s wedding
Charles and Diana
Charles and Camilla Wedding
Princess Anne and Mark Phillip’s Wedding
Princess Anne and Timothy Lawerence Wedding
Princess Andrew and Sarah Fergusson Wedding
Prince Edward and Sophie’s Wedding
Philip and Autumn Wedding
Prince William and Kate’s wedding
Zara and Mike’s wedding
Royal Family Engagement Rings
Royal Family and Divorce
What will Meghan be wearing on Saturday?
Royal wedding tiaras
The Royal Family and me
The flavour of their wedding cake is lemon and elderflower.
Royal wedding cake Lemon and Elderflower (Iceland and John Lewis)
Royal Wedding Themed Cooking, Baking, and Crafting!
Marks and Spencer’s layer celebration cake
Wedding 6 word stories
I have been running, a completion for a 6 word story with the prompt Wedding. I will be hosting this completion again week beginning 2ndJune. The next two weeks, the post will be hosted by Kirsty on kirstwrites.
My attempt was:
Two become one. Forever always happy.
Sheryl also went for a fairytale finsh, with:
Vows sealed with a loving kiss.
Everyone else was a little more cynical…
Happily ever after. Only in tales.
Her bump was obvious. Inlaws glared.
She refused. I married her sister.
Gamble-roll your dice and pray.
He gazed and said
Damn the divorce will cost lots.
Arranged marriage–their parents scored big.
Harried, parried, tarried, carried, married!
But the wedding pictures reflected otherwise…
Show me to the singles table.
A few posts from other blogs related to the wedding:
A post about the invitation:
♔By Royal Invitation
A post that is about Queen Victoria walking two of her daughters down the aisle after her husband albert’s death. I definatley like the term walking down the aisle more than ‘Giving away’ as that sounds like a woman is a possession to be passed from one man to another.
Blonerella’s preparation for the wedding