Still have Jubilee Fever??? I do... here are some things to make your day royal.
2. Wedgewood Plate. This lovely keepsake is from the Queen's Diamond Jubilee website and is priced in British Pounds, which makes it super official.
3. Petit Fours. These precious fabric desserts are a hit with every child who comes to our house for tea (well, they come to play and generally are served mac-n-cheese but we can pretend, right?)
And because I've got books on the brain...
the handsome one is feverishly compiling our website wishes as we speak,
stay tuned for more}
4. My Name is Elizabeth by Annika Dunklee. About a little girl who is proud of her name, afterall she's got a Queen named after her.
5. Tea for Ruby by Sarah Duchess of York Ferguson. A favorite of my girls, and (hello) writted by Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie's mother!
6. Afternoon Tea by Susannah Blake. You know, in case it's been a while since you hosted an afternoon tea.
7. Sixty Glorious Years: Our Queen Elizabeth II by Victoria Murphy. In case you want to see how high tea is done in true regal style.