Thursday, April 28, 2011

A Right Royal Knees Up!

I have to admit when a friend of mine (in their twenties) actually used the expression 'knees up' just recently I had a bit of a giggle. This very English expression simply refers to a great party and since today's the big day for Will and Kate, I basically couldn't let the ocassion pass without mentioning the royal wedding.



I'll be visiting my sister, Letitia from The White Shed - and I'll finally get to see the 'shed' in real life. Unlike a lot of people out there who are nice enough to read both her blog and mine and who've been to her country homewares shop, this will be my first visit. Living the other side of the world means I haven't actually been there yet!

While the wedding takes place, my mum, sis and I are going to have our own 'knees up', celebrating being together, watching the wedding, drinking some bubbly and enjoying the occassion.



What are you plans for the wedding? Will you be watching?

Have a great day! xx


8 comments:

flowers on my table said...

Hi Melissa, thankyou for your comments about the bunting, I like yours too! I shall be visiting with my sisters and daughter and neices for a girly tea-party whilst we watch the wedding, so we are all very excited.Enjoy your knees-up, love Linda x. p.s. I am going to visit your sister now!

Beth said...

My little girl who's 8 and I are planning on doing some decorating of the living room with some bunting, we'll sit on our Union Jack cushions and watch it on the TV. Not quite a knees up in the way of partying, but a literal knees up and cuddle up on the sofa! I have promised her that she can stay up until Kate gets to the Abbey which will be 8pm here. (Haven't quite worked out how to get her into bed and still carry on watching it myself though!)
Have fun with your family.
x

Life in the Country Lane said...

I know you will love Teesh's house - very exciting for you to have girly catch up time with bubbles too! I wont be watching the wedding - Im sure I will see plenty in magazines and on the news - a party pooper I know. Enjoy your time here on YP!!
Rebecca x

Anita Meade said...

Oooh Melissa. It is so exciting isn't it?! Unfortunately I share my home with 3 boys (2 little, 1 grown-up) so they don't really "get-it". I shall have to have a little "knees-up" on my own :) Enjoy the big event with your Mum and sister :)

chateaudelille said...

glad to hear you are spending some time with your sister. They are precious and I imagine you must miss her. Have fun! Fiona

Emma Burgess said...

Hi Melissa,

Hope you enjoyed the wedding. Did you love the dress? Hugs, Emma.

Sarah @ Modern Country Style said...

I had the best time, Melissa. Did you have a lovely day? The atmosphere was awesome and the wedding was just so moving. I think it was partly it all being rather romantic, and partly the feeling of so many people coming together happily. A gorgeous day!

Sarahx

french provincial homewares said...

You are lucky that you aregoing to see your sister. For me, it's last three years I haven't seen my sister. I would like to go soon. Nice blog.