The World's Biggest Wedding Card for William and Kate

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The Royal Wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton is taking place on Friday the 29th of April, and 2 enterprising Bristol-based entrepreneurs have set up an online wedding card which it is hoped will capture the mood and elation of the nation and beyond. Called the World’s Biggest Wedding Card, it is the only card of its kind and the man behind it hopes it will meet with great success.

Worlds Biggest Wedding Card

"We are really excited to be doing our bit to celebrate this momentous occasion, and to raise awareness of the charities the prince supports,” commented Brad Askew, founder of the site. “Could there be a better wedding present?”

An exciting new opportunity to celebrate the world’s biggest wedding has arisen with the creation of the world’s biggest wedding card.

The Royal Wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton is taking place on Friday the 29th of April, and 2 enterprising Bristol-based entrepreneurs have set up an online wedding card which it is hoped will capture the mood and elation of the nation and beyond. Called the World’s Biggest Wedding Card, it is the only card of its kind and the man behind it hopes it will meet with great success.

According to site creators Bradley Askew and Jon Bonnick, the card has several goals. The first is simply to rejoice in the joy of the Royal Wedding and bring as many people as possible together to wish Prince William and Kate Middleton the best for the much-anticipated wedding and their future. When visiting the site, guests are given the opportunity to “sign” the card by leaving a comment with their Facebook account, recording their message for posterity.

Secondly, the site aims to raise as much money as possible for the Prince William & Miss Catherine Middleton Charitable Gift Fund. The fund was set up for anyone who wishes to make a wedding gift to the couple, and means that the money will go to help out charitable causes which are important to them. Once an individual has signed the card, they are given the chance to make a direct donation to the Gift Fund, though this step is an entirely optional one for more generous signatories.

"We are really excited to be doing our bit to celebrate this momentous occasion, and to raise awareness of the charities the prince supports,” commented Brad Askew, founder of the site. “Could there be a better wedding present?”

With the use of Facebook and the power of social media, it is hoped that the wedding card will spread around the world, enabling millions of people to express their congratulations and make a donation to the selected charities if they choose to do so. The World’s Biggest Wedding Card can be found at http://www.worldsbiggestweddingcard.com.

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