By Erika Page, GalTime.com
Nearly thirty years ago, spectators from around the globe watched as Charles, Prince of Wales, wed Lady Diana Frances Spencer. Today, the world eagerly anticipates the wedding of their eldest son, William, and his finance, Kate Middleton, in a truly royal affair to be held at Westminster Abbey on Friday, April 29 th . It is true that the wedding will be broadcast in the United States at some of the most awkward times possible (broadcasts begin from 1 a.m. to 4 a.m. depending on your time zone), yet many of us cannot imagine not watching such an anticipated event live; after all, it only comes about once but thirty years (although we still do have William's younger brother Harry to consider).
Our husbands and boyfriends have Super Bowl and NCAA Championship viewing parties every year with the guys. Get your girlfriends together and throw your own version of a NCAA Championship party-- a live Royal Wedding Viewing Party to honor Kate and Prince William. HereRead More »from Throw the perfect Royal Wedding party