Lime green tee, black hoodie, and white and green butterfly pajama pants (no hat) . . . this is what I am wearing to the Royal wedding. I hate dressing up, so this is the perfect wedding occasion for me.
Here are all the details you have been waiting for, right? What did Glenda choose for her wedding china etc.
*tray - was purchased about 23 years ago (an antique?) from Marks and Spenser in London. I bought two of them. The girls used these trays in our tent, all those summers in Europe, to have their snacks and also used them as a little desk for coloring etc.
*tea cup ~ bone china, Queen Anne, made in England, given to me by my friend, Connie
*tea pot ~ Whittards - purchased in the duty free shops at Heathrow airport
*plate ~ Spode china - purchased at Homegoods
*cream pitcher ~ from Bewleys coffee shop, in Dublin, Ireland
*napkins ~ Cath Kidson (purchased last week at 50% off)
*tea spoon ~ IKEA
Well, the wedding is about to begin . . . hope you are enjoying it.
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That was amazing and yes, I am glad I got up early to see it live. My favorite parts ~ the first hymn, Guide Me Thou, O Great Jehovah. It reminded me of one song from our wedding, Gentle Shepherd, Come and Lead Us. And the pastor's message of our generous God that gave his Son Jesus. And the prayers were amazing. And those choirs . . . loved them.
Lord Jesus, bless this couple. Draw them to you. Protect them and give them joy and wisdom. Amen.