What better way to celebrate the ultimate British event—Prince William and Kate Middleton's royal wedding—than with paraphernalia for the ultimate British tradition—afternoon tea!
Hold out your pinky for these commemorative saucers.
Any true fans of William and Kate need tea tins to store their Earl Grey and English breakfast.
And, of course, a William and Kate teapot for steeping and pouring.
And a proper William and Kate tea towel for washing up.
"Thanks for the Free Day Off" Plates
Even those who aren't particularly interested in the pomp of William and Kate's wedding have something to celebrate in England. This £35 plate thanks the couple for "the free day off."
Fans of William and Kate will have no trouble thinking of England with this set of porcelain figurines on their mantels.
For William and Kate, their rings will be key; for their subjects, there will be key rings.
What better way to keep grocery store coupons, children's artwork and holiday cards affixed to the refrigerator than a royal wedding magnet?
Cheers! Citizens of the former British Empire all around the globe will toast William and Kate's life together with commemorative shot glasses.
After a few pints, some Brits will probably want to step out for a smoke—lighting up with a William and Kate lighter.
And they can dispose of their celebratory cigarettes and cigars in a royal couple ashtray.
"Lie back and think of England" with these souvenir condoms.
If watching hereditary monarchs parade about town in their finest clothes during a global economic downturn makes you feel ill...well, there's a souvenir for that too.
Published on April 28, 2011