The Royal Wedding
As the excitement is building for the Royal wedding. I was pleased to read that afternoon tea had been included in the celebrations. Yesterday Harry and Meghan took tea with the queen, and today the Mother of the Bride is to meet the Queen for the first time over tea.
Up and down the country people plan to celebrate with the royal couple, by hosting street parties, tea parties and eating lots of delicious cake. Even the weather seems to be co-operating, with the sun predicted to shine throughout the day.
We Brits love a good party and I’m intrigued to find out what will be on the menu. I believe that the Royal couple have done away with tradition for their wedding cake and opted for a lemon and elderflower creation from Claire Ptaks, which sounds delicious and very similar to the wedding cake served at my own wedding, so I’m slightly biased already.
I’ll be watching the ceremony in my finery, albeit from my front room. After which I’ll be hosting a delicious afternoon tea fit for royalty served on beautiful vintage china. I’ll be sure to raise a champagne coupe to the newlywed couple.
‘Best of Luck Harry and Meghan, wishing you a lifetime of happiness together’