Just how will you celebrate the big day? There'll be street parties nationwide with bunting, tressle tables, and red, white and blue all around you. It is a opportunity for people to get together and have a good time. It's also an opportunity to meet up with neighbours you hardly ever see and even those you don't know.
If you have young boys and girls, you can get out the face paints and decorate them with the Union Jack. For food,red jelly with icecream is sure to be a hit with them. You could also make some fairy cakes in advance and adorn them with red, white and blue topping.
For something more civilised, why not order a celebratory Royal Weddding hamper and locate a nice spot to have a picnic. Perhaps a spot of celebratory champagne is called for too....
The Royal Marriage starts at 11am and coverage will be extensive. BBC1, ITV, Channel 5, Sky News and CNN will all be covering the occasion as will key radio stations. You'll also have special programs in the days after the event.
It's not just people in the united kingdom that will be celebrating. It's also the perfect opportunity for a lot of ex-pats to get together and have a good time. The British Club in Singapore is probably having the biggest festivities with ten days of events planned, including a high tea and an Ascot themed ladies night.
There are also an abundance of items of memorabilia you can purchase to make use of on the day and preserve as a souvenir. Plenty of china cups and plates are available and there are special flags too. Items that are suitable just for the day include paper cups and plates, napkins, and balloons. There are also some quirky royal themed items such as the Pieminister Kate and Wills pork pie, tea bag holders, puppy t-shirts, and even a pair of garden gnomes in wedding attire and some sick bags!
Whatever you finish up doing on 29th April, it is bound to be a day to remember for a long time to come.