The Royal Wedding - Send Your greeting @ www.Wills-Kate.com

PUBLISHED: 17:26 01 April 2011 | UPDATED: 19:07 20 February 2013

The Royal Wedding - Send Your greeting @ www.Wills-Kate.com

The Royal Wedding - Send Your greeting @ www.Wills-Kate.com

The Royal Wedding of Prince William and Catherine Middleton will be on Friday, 29th April 2011. If you would like to, you can now Send Your Greeting - FREE to Wills and Kate to wish them well on their Wedding Day and future happiness together...

The Royal Wedding of Prince William and Catherine Middleton will be on Friday, 29th April 2011.




Are you having a Street Party to celebrate, planning to watch the event on TV or even coming to London?


Maybe you are one of the lucky 2,000 who are invited or are looking forward to the celebrations whether at school, in your workplace or at home.


If you would like to, you can now Send Your Greeting - FREE to Wills and Kate to wish them well on their Wedding Day and future happiness together.


Greetings received are recorded online by location around the world and posted too on Twitter and Facebook. Accompanying a greeting message could be a photo, a website link or an embedded YouTube video for others interested to read and enjoy.


Example greetings have now arrived from a Primary School project to Design Kate Middleton's Wedding Dress Competition, Breweries in the UK celebrating the event with Royal Wedding ales, together with other messages across the world from Africa, Asia, North America, Europe, Oceania and, maybe soon, from South America too!


The website is brand new and hoping to start recording greetings from well-wishers from all counties of the UK and each country across the globe.

Theres no guarantee that the happy couple will have any spare time to view your message personally before the 29th, though afterwards

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