- The official Royal Wedding website provides some great details, videos, and updates, including the official program for the ceremony and the procession to follow.
The cover of the official wedding program,
linked from the official Royal Wedding website.
- In this age of multi-media, you've got a choice as to how and where to catch your glimpse of the ceremony. For those "traditionalists" (like us!) who prefer the television screen to the computer screen, the wedding will be broadcast live States-side by a number of television networks. Both PBS and BBC America will host a simulcast of BBC One programming, beginning at 3am Eastern. ABC begins their live coverage of the event at 4am Eastern. And for those of you who prefer the "modern" method of watching the big day, the BBC will stream their coverage live online. Youtube's Royal Channel will also be streaming live, as will ABC.
- As a lovely complement to our previous post on British royal wedding gowns of the past, the BBC recently posted a slideshow on their website, which offers another glimpse of some of these stunning pieces of history worn by the fashion icons of days gone by. Another fun page, also posted by the BBC, is this fascinating overview of eight royal weddings, full of fun little tidbits of trivia including everything from what they ate to the various controversies surrounding each day, to some of the memorable gifts each royal couple received.
So let's take a poll: who else plans to be up at 4am tomorrow? "See" you then! :-)