Friday, April 29, 2011

In Which We Celebrate the Royal Wedding



Carol hosted a lovely gathering this morning, beginning at four o'clock.












12 comments:

Bonnie K Hunter said...

Oh this is precious and looks like it was so much fun! I watched the wedding from the elliptical trainer....NOT as fun....just sayin! :cD

See you soon!
Bonnie

PS...PERFECT! My word verification is LIKED! :cD

howdidIgethere said...

You all look lovely! Sorry I missed the celebration!

Anonymous said...

What a hoot! And a tea table also. Such fun.

Anonymous said...

looks like fun. We recorded here on the West coast. No pictures of you? In seems the photographer never attends the event!!

Pat said...
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Pat said...

What a lovely gathering, and what lovely hats. I am trying to figure out if some of the real hats at TRW had to be staple-gunned onto the wearers' heads. The verticality was astounding! And WHO is that handsome gentleman in the red hunt attire????

Cordially,
Lady Beatrice Anthony-Chelten

WV = prooti: a piece of lace, spanning one's cleavage, worn with a low-cut neckline.

Susan said...

Love the royal slippers in the last picture!

Denise in PA said...

Lovely! I watched by my myself - well, also with the royal puppy Lilly. We had tea sandwiches and scones.

Laurie said...

http://www.someecards.com/2011/04/26/horrifying-royal-wedding-souvenirs

You'll like these. (I want the Pez dispensers.)

Judi said...

My goodness, you should be proud of your celebrating!

Do you need any UK wedding souvenirs brought with me?

Guenveur in Kent said...

What fun! The hats could have been a tad bigger, but you all look splendid and could easily pass for demi-royals.

Quayquilter said...

What style. Alan and I watched here in UK on the day - smoked salmon and champagne toast and then we met with neighbours the following day for a lunch in aid of the church. We dressed up as much as possible some in full behatted wedding rig. It was a lovely day and our joy was heartfelt - pride too! Mary in Canterbury