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Royal Wedding Souvenirs: 11 Wacky Ways to Remember the Big Day
Why do we have a feeling we are going to be seeing a lot of William and Kates next year at halloween? Or, even worse, coming after us with a machete a la Jason Voorhees.
Kate Middleton has the honor of wearing Princess Diana's sapphire and diamond engagement ring. For the girl who wants to play princess bride, these are a perfect dress up accompaniment. Let's hope they don't turn anyone's fingers green.
Castle Rock Brewery in Nottingham created a specially-brewed beer called 'Kiss me Kate' to mark the occasion. It may not spark a royal kiss, but the beer goggles might make even the bartender look like a princess.
Have fun dressing up the royal couple in their little paper wardrobes, or maybe even in eachother's little paper wardrobes. Our question is, how can you have a royal wedding paper doll without the bride's dress? Nobody knows what it looks like yet.
For those too young to even understand what the heck is going on, Britain's Early Learning Centre designed the HappyLand Royal Wedding Set. The scene might have been a skosh more impressive if done in Legos. Oh, wait...
Headshots of the bride and groom grace the handles of silver spoons. These should come in handy after the use of the William and Kate teabags.
These limited edition Love Hearts are the product of Swizzels Matlow confectionery. The question is, do they taste any good? If not, one can always spit them out into a sheet of royal wedding toilet paper.
Around these parts, they are called cookie tins. But, don't try to steal a cookie from this cookie jar. Will and Kate are watching.
We showed you the official commemorative wedding china, but this set has a bit more flair. Except, even the knock-off stuff doesn't come cheap. One of these kitschy plates costs 35 pounds or about $58.
We're not entirely sure what purpose these half-bodied figurines serve. But they'd make great toppers for all the "wedding" cakes likely to be served at viewing parties.
To mark the sacred event of the royal nuptials, Crown Jewels Condoms of Distinction brings us these souvenirs. No complaints about condoms, though. We need to ensure there's not another hyped up royal wedding any time soon.