Friday, 29 April 2011

Folksy Friday - Something special is happening today...

Well, you might not have received one of these

Wedding Invitation
by Vanilla Inspirations

but I am told that on this day, two lovely young

Royal (Wedding Crown Plush)
by Quirky Boots

 people particular

William & Kate (Royal Wedding Brooch)
by Julia Davey Ceramics

are getting married! So, the

London Streets (Journal)
by peony & thistle

are going to be jam-packed with well wishers,
there will be much waving of the

Union Jack (Coaster)
by The Mosaic Garden

and street parties across the land will be strewn with

(Nautical) Bunting
by kvintage

Of course, we are all dying to see THE

by Brushes & Bodkins

and the Queen's hat, or will it be a trendy

by Madge Hatter

There will be wonderful British pageantry, with handsome

London Town Guards (Cufflinks)
by Grace Showers Jewellery

and a beautiful

Royal Princess Carriage (Pendant)
by Lelli Jewellery

Then we will await

The Hoppy Couple (Wedding Card)
by Hoppy Bunnies

as they wave from the balcony of

Buckingham Palace (Springtime at... ACEO)
by Pink Tulip Art

and photographers will be poised to capture THE

Kiss (Bone China Mugs)
by Ceramics for Everyone

So, we all wish the new Royal

Mr & Mrs (Cushion)
by Homemade Gems

much love and happiness on their special day and in their lives to come

(Horseshoe Pendant)
by Handmade Silver Jewellery

...and patiently await the pitter patter of little

Baby Booties
by bubba

Congratulations William & Kate
with very best wishes
The Lime Garden 

(and sincere apologies to those Folksy sellers whose product names I have "altered" )


Peony and Thistle said...

Thanks so much for including our London streets journal in this lovely collection!

Musings Of A Gem said...

Thank you for featuring my Mr & Mrs Cushion!

The wedding was perfect!

Gemma x

The Mosaic Garden said...

Hi Anna,
Thanks for featuring my coasters, what a great wedding! x

michelle said...

thank you for including my crown :) a lovely selection and what a fab wedding it was xx