Happy Friday! I hope you’ve all had lovely, productive days this week. Mine has been a busy one, filled with meetings and planning (the good kind) and I’m looking forward to a relaxing weekend, with trips to yoga and the pool. The weather is still messing with us as more snow is in the forecast for the weekend. Ah, well…
While coming up with ideas for blog posts, I thought about ending the week on a happy note. And what could be happier than a royal wedding in the English countryside? The countdown is on for the upcoming nuptials of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, with a little over a month left until the May 19th event. Details are emerging about who’s doing the cake and flower arrangements, but for many of us, the most anticipated detail is of course, the dress. So many of us love Meghan’s fashion sense and her laid back style so I’m sure the dress will be one we’ll love as well!?
Can you believe it’s been almost a year since Pippa’s wedding last spring? I recently had a second look at the Vogue article covering the religious ceremony and thought you’d like to see photos of it again with me.
The ceremony was held at St. Mark’s Church in Englefield, Berkshire, a 12th-century church that is a Middleton family-favorite. Pippa wore a cap-sleeved white lace dress by Giles Deacon and a bespoke veil designed by Stephen Jones, made from fine tulle with a dégradé of embroidered pearls. She looked radiant as she walked down the aisle at the arm of her father to wed her fiancé, James Matthews. Matthews looked dapper and happy and, although I looked in quite a few places, I could not find a single detail about what he wore ??
Kate? was exquisite as always, in a long-sleeved pale-pink Alexander McQueen dress. The sweetest detail of this wedding were the page boys and bridesmaids. With a look of mischief, Prince George needed some guidance while Princess Charlotte was as cute as a button!
Wishing everyone a wonderful weekend!