Royal wedding guests receive 22-page instruction letter

Royal wedding guests receive 22-page instruction letter

Most of the directives sound reasonable ~
Don't wear white.
Arrive on time.
Don't touch the Queen (as tempting as it may be).

And one that brought back a memory from H and my own wedding ~ Turn your cell phone off!

In the time before my wedding, I had no shortage of ridiculous bridal nightmares.  I had one where I forget my shoes, one where there is a fire and all of the hotel gift bags burn and one where some moron's cell phone goes off in the middle of the vows.  I know, murderrrrrrrrr. 

So, before the ceremony began, my friend Gigi took to the microphone and made the following announcement: At this time, if everyone would kindly turn off all cell phones, pagers, beepers and other electronic devices. Thank you.

Which was followed by our minister announcing: You are now free to move about the cabin.

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Today, I am grateful ~
1/ that I remembered my shoes
2/ there were no fires before, after or during the wedding
3/ there were no ringing disturbances during the sacred exchange of vows.

Happy #WeddingWednesday on Twitter!

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  • 22 pages huh? When these two eventually separate, the divorce papers will be less than 22 pages.

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