Florists in Ambridge, PA
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May 24, 2018
Royal Wedding facts – from the dress, flowers, cake and guests to the cost and Meghan Markle's bridesmaids
Here's the full list of little guys and gals taking part in the big day:
Her Royal Highness Princess Charlotte of Cambridge, 3
Miss Florence van Cutsem, 3, goddaughter of Prince Harry, daughter of Mrs. Alice van Cutsem and Major Nicholas van Cutsem
Miss Remi Litt, 6, goddaughter of Ms. Markle, daughter of Mrs. Benita Litt and Mr. Darren Litt
Miss Rylan Litt, 4, goddaughter of Ms. Markle, daughter of Mrs. Benita Litt and Mr. Darren Litt
Miss Ivy Mulroney, 4 , daughter of Mrs. Jessica Mulroney and Mr. Benedict Mulroney
Miss Zalie Warren, 2, goddaughter of Prince Harry, daughter of Mrs. Zoe Warren and Mr. Jake Warren
His Royal Highness Prince George of Cambridge, 4
Master Jasper Dyer, 6, godson of Prince Harry, son of Mrs. Amanda Dyer and Mr. Mark Dyer M.V.O.
Master Brian Mulroney, 7, son of Mrs. Jessica Mulroney and Mr. Benedict Mulroney
Master John Mulroney, 7, son of Mrs. Jessica Mulroney and Mr. Benedict Mulroney
Harry however will have a few of his buddies on deck during the big day ensuring everyone finds their seasts.
The Prince's list of ushers includes:
Prince William, 35, - Best man
Tom "Skippy" Inskip, 31
Charlie Van Straubenzee, 29
Tom Van Straubenzee, 35
Adam Bidwell, 42
Arthur Landon, 37
William Van Cutsem, 38
Mark Dyer, 52
The newlyweds will take part in a procession around Windsor from the castle and back
Who made the cake?
East London pastry chef Claire Ptak has begun work on the cake for the big day.
She excitedly posted a snap of three crates of lemons on the Violet Cakes Instagram page with the caption "And so it begins."
The happy couple's wedding cake wi... May 24, 2018
Revealed: why one little bridesmaid is missing a bouquet in official royal wedding pictures
Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding have been released - and they are magical
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In contrast, at the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's wedding in 2011, Kate's maid of honour Pippa was on hand to hold her bouquet of flowers during the ceremony at Westminster Abbey. Pippa was also there to carry her big sister's train, and help assist with the younger bridesmaids and page boys. It was revealed at the beginning of May that Meghan had decided against having a maid of honour at her wedding as she didn’t want to choose one particular friend out of her very close-knit circle.
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Ivy holds a bouquet in the official royal wedding picture - while Florence is empty handed
Following Harry and Meghan's wedding, the newlyweds thanked everyone who took part in their marriage celebrations, and said that they were feeling "so lucky" to have shared their big day with the thousands gathered in Windsor. Kensington Palace said in a statement: "The Duke and Duchess would like to thank everyone who took part in the celebrations of their Wedding. They feel so lucky to have been able to share their day with all those gathered in Windsor and also all those who watched the wedding on television across the UK, Commonwealth, and around the world."
The statement added: "Their Royal Highnesses are delighted with these official portraits taken by Alexi Lubomirski and are happy to be able to share them today. They would also like to say thank you for all of the generous messages of support they have received."
... Apr 6, 2018
Royal wedding: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle choose flowers
After the wedding, the couple have arranged for the flowers to be distributed to charitable organisations.When the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge married in 2011, an "avenue of trees" up to 25ft lined the aisle of Westminster Abbey.Almost 30,000 flowers were used, with most taken from Windsor Great Park's Valley Gardens in Surrey, including azaleas and blossoms.Wedding florists said the choice of white, green and cream foliage reflected the bride's English country style.The Prince of Wales and Lady Diana Spencer had white hydrangeas, lilies and campanulas at their wedding in St Paul's Cathedral.And when Princess Elizabeth married Philip Mountbatten in 1947, the bridal bouquet featured white orchids and also included a sprig of myrtle, a tradition that was started by Queen Victoria. There were also white lilies and chrysanthemums, pink carnations, roses, variegated ivy and camellia foliage in larges vases either side of the altar in Westminster Abbey.Are you going to the Royal Wedding? Are you a royal wedding fan, planning a party to mark the event, or even getting married on the same day? Share your plans with us by emailing email@example.com.You can also contact us in the following ways:Tweet: @BBC_HaveYourSayWhatsApp: +44 7555 173285Upload your pictures/video hereText an SMS or MMS to 61124 (UK) or +44 7624 800 100 (international)Please read our terms & conditions... (BBC News)Mar 8, 2018
What happened to flowers and chocolates? Shoppers are left shocked after Sainsbury's appear to suggest buying ...
A Sainsbury's in Cambridge had a display promoting a 'Mother's Day Breakfast' consisting of alcoholic beverages including Gin, Bailey's wine and Champagne.One customer took to Twitter to share a picture of the shelves and asked whether the offering was in keeping with the spirit of Mothering Sunday, which this year falls next weekend.According to the Cambridge News, the shopper said: 'Now then Sainsbury's - are you suggesting us mothers need to drink at breakfast?' The supermarket replied: 'Whoops! That doesn't seem right.'The original poster responded: 'It's made a lot of people laugh - but could probably do with being changed.'She is a local worker and said after seeing staff stock the shelves last week, she had been laughing about the display with colleagues. When the supermarket was alerted to the display, they said: 'Whoops! That doesn't seem right' (file photo) Read more:... (Daily Mail)Mar 8, 2018
Royal Wedding Flowers: the Duchess of Cambridge
Catherine Middleton on April 29th 2011 as she walked into Westminster Abbey for her own royal wedding.The Duchess of Cambridge’s bouquet was small, neat and made of locally grown flowers, all of them white. It was laced with green leaves and wired into a shield shape that kept its form throughout the day.The dominant flower in the bouquet is lily of the valley. This highly scented plant usually blooms as May gets under way and it’s been a wedding favourite for years (in fact, this bouquet has been compared many times with the one carried by Princess Grace of Monaco which was also largely composed of lily of the valley).The bride gave a nod to her groom in her bouquet, adding in Sweet William, that favourite flower found in many gardens. The Duchess of Cambridge’s posy also included ivy and hyacinth as well as a very traditional royal bloom indeed. For nestling among all those flowers was a sprig of myrtle taken from a bush planted at Osborne House by Queen Victoria. Royal brides have included this in their bouquets since the 19th century in a tradition that has stood the test of time.Much was made at the time of the language of flowers used by the Duchess of Cambridge in her wedding bouquet. As you would expect from a wedding bouquet, love features heavily. The ivy symbolizes wedded love and the hyacinths mean constancy of love. The myrtle, that royal wedding bouquet staple, is the emblem of marriage. Sweet William denotes gallantry while lily of the valley stands for ‘a return to happiness’.The flowers carried by the Duchess of Cambrid... (Royal Central (blog))Feb 8, 2018
Glass Flowers: Harvard's Museum of Natural History
One needn’t travel to Washington, DC or New York City to experience the wonder that a natural history museum can offer. Right in Cambridge, on a side street near Harvard University is the Harvard Museum of Natural History, an incredibly diverse collection of animals, geology, marine life and more.The museum is very family friendly and offers free admission to teachers and all Massachusetts residents on Sunday mornings from 9 a.m. - noon — a particularly good time to go as it is much easier to snag on-street parking. Regular weekday admission is modest.The museum is probably most famous for its Glass Flowers exhibit. Created by commission in the late 1800s and early 1900s, the Blaschka botanical models were created by a father and son glassmaking team as a teaching tool to capture information about plants and their unique characteristics. The creations, over 800 of them, are made purely of glass, with only some using wire supports. The coloring and accuracy of these works of art will have you believing they are real, and their intricate detail will astound you.Particularly impressive is the collection of animal... (Woburn Daily Times)