A slice of Queen Elizabeth’s wedding cake was found last year in a filing cabinet.
The piece was wrapped in cellophane, and placed in a box, with the words; “Buckingham Palace 20th November 1947.” And a greeting card which read: “With the best wishes of Their Royal Highness’s The Princess Elizabeth and The Duke of Edinburgh.”
The cake was given to one of the guards at the Westminster Abbey wedding.
Traditional cut flowers are beautiful, but they often come at a high cost to you and to the environment. And as flowers can take a serious stab into your wedding day budget, try one of these gorgeous ways to glam up your big day:
Using fruits can make for very attractive centerpieces. Apples or peaches in glass containers or carved fruit can all make striking centerpieces for tabletops.
Combine this with the floating candle idea for a beautiful look! Simply fill glass containers with different kinds of fruit, fill them with water and place a floating candle on top! This is a really cute idea for wedding centerpieces and stands out from the traditional flowers.
A heap of apples or a bag of oranges can be converted into organic wedding decor that’s good enough to eat!
With only 4 months left till their August wedding, Jessica Biel, 30, and Justin Timberlake, 31, are still hunting for the perfect location. They are looking for a large venue in California that offers plenty of room, as they are planning to invite lots of people.