|The Royal Family!|
|my centerpiece: Wills and Kate as teabags|
Kelly did the most amazing job with three of the food items: here are the crest sugar cookies. She was able to get both Wills' and Kate's crests as edible pictures for sugar cookies. They were amazing looking (not to mention absolutely delicious!).
Kelly was also to find a recipe of the McVitie's Chocolate Cake that Prince William had as his groom's cake. It is the basic McVitie biscuit (Americans: think plain cookie) that is crumbled and covered with a chocolate genache. Oh so chocolately and delicious.
The best thing about about hosting a Royal Wedding Tea at our house is that we have all this British stuff: flags, pillows, hand towels, candles, tea cosies, teaspoons & pots, and real loose tea. We have it all, so Kelly's decorating was really simple: she came upstairs and borrowed it all.
My table had shortbread, crest cookies, petits fours, trifle, McVitie's cake, Battenburg cake, cream scones, and biscotti.
Stirling even was wearing her Union Jack to celebrate the nuptials.
|Tea guests in their hats|