It was exciting to see and when the bride emerged from the car outside Westminster Abbey we were truly blown away. She was elegant, understated, classic, an English rose, and was a reflection of the innocence of a bride. The subtle intricate details of the dress were simply stunning. I must admit I have seen better dresses (just my opinion), but her dress defined her and was fitting for this "simple" Royal wedding, which is what some brides should really consider when choosing a wedding dress. Is your dress a reflection of who you are, and the theme/atmosphere of your wedding. It was refreshing that only jewel sparkle came from her tiara and earrings...it REALLY shows that less (bling) is more!!
The ceremony, the carriage ride down the Mall, the balcony kiss, the departure in the classic Aston Martin, was just the beginning, then I felt like it was over in a flash...after all that waiting I wanted to see more! The evening guests arriving, the wedding setup, the Royal dinner service, the cake cutting, the first dance and the real party...I guess my invitation got lost in the post, but I would have loved to be fly on the wall during the wedding reception...if only flies could talk!!
The tweeters were interesting and funny to follow and the best one for me was first full image of Catherine Middleton in her dress before she became the Duchess of Cambridge. The Wedding Dress Revealed by Vogue Magazine!!! That image was up within seconds of seeing the images live on TV!
I didn't make my way up to Buckingham Place or Westminster Abbey...I felt my TV was big enough to give me the best seat that my money could buy... so I took a few images with the i-phone as I tweeted throughout the ceremony! So hey, I was there not in body just in spirit!!
We wish the happy couple many abundant blessings and life filled with peace, love and happiness!!
Stylish Wishes and 2 Kisses!!