Tuesday, 26 April 2011

I don't do weddings, but.....

Any one who knows me knows very well knows I don't do weddings. I've tried but they do nothing for me, I have never dreamt of the day I would sweep down the aisle in some overpriced meringue into the arms of my man, sorry I just haven't, the whole idea makes me shudder.
I recoil in horror when invited to the union of devoted bloke and besotted girl at fancy church and fabulous country club reception. I know I'm a crap guest at such events so I make my excuses and stay home instead. On the odd occassion my excuses have fallen on deaf ears and I've had to grace them with my presence I find the public declarations of love make me cringe and I have no interest in dancing with your Uncle Trevor because he doesn't get out much. (Clashing with the series finale of Desperate Housewives,apparently doesn't count as an acceptable reason to not attend!)
So I would like to thank Will and Kate for not inviting me, (they obviously know me well enough) and heres a right royal selection of Yorkshire Made treasures in their honour!



Click the links to find out more about these patriotic pieces!
Lisa x


  1. Oh wow! Thank you very much for featuring one of Imogen's Imagination's top hats!

    If you want to see what else I have in store, come and say hullo at the Devonshire Market in Sheffield on the 29th April! :o)


  2. I'm right with you there Lisa - weddings do just not do it for me either! Lovely selection of finds though - fit for a (very funky)princess!

  3. Lovely items! I waitressed at about a hundred such weddings. I was always amused when couples fought due to the stress of the day. You're doing it wrong! That's why my own low-key, form-signing ceremony involved about 20 close friends and family members and a nice pub meal. And certainly no meringues!

  4. Been there, done that - never worn the t-shirt. Once was enough and I only had a register office do...however, saying that I do love a good do!


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