Thursday, 28 April 2011


Did someone mention a wedding? Oh yes, a reet Royal one... I personally am very excited, and shall be going down to St James' Park to see the full 'show'. Because of all the excitement, I've put together a top five in honour of the Royal Wedding...
Warwick dining table £99, Set of two Warwick dining chairs £59, TU red stoneware roasters from £5, Red pepper mill £5, Tu red stripe porcelain 12pc dinnerware set £22, Tu blue dot earthenware 12pc dinnerset £30, Tu 16-piece stainless steel  striped cutlery set £15, 3m Union Jack Bunting, £2.50, Hand held Union Jack Flag 4Pk, £2
I absolutely love the idea of a Street party... cover the street in bunting and all bring a bit of booze. As I live in the middle of an East End council estate, a less pretty picture of this idea surfaces, but the theory is great! Sainsbury's have a fab selection of British razzmatazz to create the picture-perfect street party at a bargain price! You'll be able to pick up your food and drink while you're there too!

Sylvanian Families William and Catherine Wedding Set, £27.99
How cute are these? A Sylvanian Families William and Catherine Wedding Set. The six-piece set includes Prince William and Catherine Middleton characters, in addition to a wedding entourage including a page boy, two bridesmaids and a Reverend. If you've got any little ones, they're such a great gift - they'll be able to recreate the 'balcony kiss' scene for years to come!

Crest cushion, £17.00

If you're friends with a traditionalist and want to get them a gift to mark the occasion (or just to treat yourself), this cushion is perfect. I think it would look right in place on a mahogany coloured Chesterton armchair. It will be your own little piece of memorabilia to mark the historic day.
Red White and Moo Royal Wedding with yoomoo frozen yogurt
A delicious combination of juicy British strawberries, natural or vanilla frozen yogurt and freshly ripened Blueberries pay homage to the Kate and Wills wedding in the form of YooMoo's Royal offering. You can pick your delicious bowl of healthy, tasty goodness at Harrods (among other locations), then eat it as you watch the event on the Big Screens in Central London  (sipping champagne too, of course!).
One in 10 British women voted royal bride-to-be Kate Middleton as having one of the make-up looks they would most love to replicate on their own big day. To help you copy Kate's classic look, QVC's resident beauty expert and make up artist Alison Young has created a princess Kate makeup tutorial to show you how to replicate the sophisticated look. It's realy easy to follow her simple steps, so give it a go!

What are your plans for this big event?

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