From Town & Country
Princess Beatrice tied the knot with Edoardo “Edo” Mapelli Mozzi in a picturesque ceremony on the grounds of Windsor Castle earlier this summer—and now, their royal wedding is being commemorated with some equally gorgeous merchandise.
The Royal Collection recently launched an official range of products celebrating the couple’s nuptials, featuring a very special design with the duo’s initials. “The beautiful and exclusive design shows the couple’s initials surrounded by a bouquet of pink roses, peonies, lemon blossom and thistles, secured with a York Rose,” the Royal Collection’s website explains.
That’s not all it features, though: above the “E” for Edo, there’s also an image of a bee. The emblem is a special nod to Princess Beatrice’s nickname, “Bea,” and adds a sweet personalized touch to the commemorative items.
Royal watchers can purchase items at a range of price points, from a fine bone china tankard (handmade in England and finished with 22 carat gold, of course) at £40 ($50) to a miniature tube of “delicious, buttery” shortbread at £2.95 ($3.75)
And for those who favor experiences over products, there’s another way to celebrate Beatrice’s royal wedding: a display in the in the State Dining Room at Windsor Castle, featuring the Princess’s royal wedding dress. Curator Caroline de Guitaut told Town & Country of the exhibit, “We’ve created a very beautiful display which has a kind of modesty about it. And I think that very much echoes Her Royal Highness’s wedding which, as we know took place at the the height of the COVID period.”
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