Royal Wedding Watch – Trends and Themes of the Big Day

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Whether it’s the cake, the dress or the guest list – the media has been stirring up a frenzy with answers to these questions and many more surrounding the forthcoming Royal wedding of Prince William to Kate Middleton. With this in mind, 123-reg, the UK’s biggest domain registrar examines the trends and themes of the big day.

Whether it’s the cake, the dress or the guest list – the media has been stirring up a frenzy with answers to these questions and many more surrounding the forthcoming Royal wedding of Prince William to Kate Middleton. With this in mind, 123-reg, the UK’s biggest domain registrar examines the trends and themes of the big day.

The dress – if all of the hype is correct, it seems that Kate will be wearing a dress by Sarah Burton from the house of Alexander McQueen. Kate, already famed for her individual style and chic appearance, is reportedly inputting her own ideas into the design of the dress and Burton has been chosen “for the discretion afforded by her relatively low profile, as well as for her alternative take on elegance.”

The cake – the happy couple are having two cakes! The official cake is being created by Leicestershire baker Fiona Cairns. The multi-tiered masterpiece will be elegantly representative of the UK and will adorn an English rose, a Scottish thistle, Welsh daffodil and Irish Shamrock – all of which will be edible. As a major McVitie’s biscuit fan, it seems Prince William is quite literally having his cake and eating it! As a special treat, an unbaked chocolate biscuit cake is being made by the brand, to a secret Royal recipe!

The guest list – so who from the world of celebrity will be there to laugh at the best man’s speech to be delivered by Prince Harry? Well, if the reports are right it really is going to be an affair to remember with Posh & Becks, Kanye West and Ben Fogle all on the invite list. Add to that Sir Elton John, Joanna Lumley, David and Sarah Cameron and Barack and Michelle Obama and the guest list of 1,900 seems entirely justified.

Thomas Vollrath, CEO of 123-reg, concludes: “The Royal Wedding is really creating a social buzz, there is a warming spirit and shared interest about the big day which is encouraging speculation between friends and neighbours and creating a true sense of community.”

123-reg is celebrating the Royal Wedding in its own unique way, visit http://www.canimarryharry.com/ to find out more.

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