A tea fit for royalty

The Revelstoke Museum & Archives hosted a lovely Royal Wedding Tea on Saturday to celebrate Prince William and Catherine Middleton’s marriage at Westminster Abbey the preceding day.

It was very well attended and everyone enjoyed tea — of course! — delicate little sandwiches, scones and more. Here are a few photos of the tea that we thought we’d share:

There were plenty of hats and fascinators on display as the Revelstoke Museum & Archives hosted a Royal Wedding Tea to mark the marriage of Prince William and Catherine Middleton at Westminster Abbey in London. We don;t know if everyone present was a true monarchist but they certainly enjoyed the occasion! David F. Rooney photo
Jacolyn Daniluck sported a fascinator for the event. David F. Rooney photo
Irene Murphy sported a fascinator, too. Very "with it," Irene!. David F. Rooney photo
Young Halle Wolgram looked very pretty in her tiara. She was the keeper of the door prizes for the Royal Wedding Tea. David F. Rooney photo
These three young ladies, Maeve MacLeod, Emily MacLeod and Aislin Buchanan quite enjoyed the nibblies at the tea. David F. Rooney photo
They also enjoyed front row seats so they could watch a replay of the wedding. David F. Rooney photo
What's a Royal Wedding Tea without lots of scrumptious things to eat... like scones and clotted cream, delicate eclairs and cucumber sandwiches? David F. Rooney photo
Marilee Plandon look like quite the queen bee in her tiara. David F. Rooney photo