We have jumped on the Royal Wedding bandwagon. Scoured the shops for books to quench our fever, and discovered that the Royals have actually had some "blog-worthy" details, and not a photo booth or fake moustache in sight.
It seems the Royals had a penchant for fresh flower garlands on their dresses, Queens Alexandra and Mary, pioneers. Then the Grace Kelly coolness of the Duchess of Kent.
Princess Anne's hair may not have changed in decades, but her wedding dress wouldn't look out of place on the catwalk of David Fielden
and then there is King George VI, long before he became famous as Bertie in the Kings speech and won an Oscar and all. Loving the veil.
Obviously then there was Diana, and Fergie with her flowers that became a tiara moment, but the book was published before then..
I don't know what Kate will carry, i hope it is something with a bit of colour, but i hope they don't try and do soemthing too casual, or try and be "one of us" it never works.
I want pomp and I want ceremony.
Also i was reminded of the last time i commented on Royal Wedding flowers.....and got my knickers in a twist.
Newsflash Kate will be wearing her hair DOWN.