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Brownie & Guide Blogs - Leaders Group

13.04.2011 : "Goin' to the chapel and we're, gunna get maaaarrried..."

Ok, so it wasn't a karaoke party this time, but as we've been a Guide and Brownie unit for a whole half term now working towards our "Royal Wedding Challenge Badge" as a big unit, it was compulsory (OK not quite compulsory but the girls all thought we should make it that way!) that we carried out the clause that said we could plan and hold a royal wedding themed party!!!!

I know, I know, any excuse for a party, eh!

So the songs all had to have the word "love" somewhere in them, the Union Jack flags and bunting were out in full force, as were the napkins, plates and cups (big thank you to all those who bought things, by the way!) and the party games and food (which might I add, were all planned by our new guide unit) were played, made and brought in.

The girls dressed in their best dresses and bridesmaid dresses and we even had a couple of fake grooms turn up....!!! (check out the pictures in the gallery!) We changed the boat game to the palace/castle game and renamed north, south, east and west to Balmoral, Sandringham, Buckingham and Windsor.

We played "What's the time, Princess Kate?" and pass the royal parcel.

We ate our "wedding breakfast" of Coronation chicken sandwiches, Victoria sponge, welsh cakes, cornish pasties and scotch eggs. (See where we were going with this?!!) And no wedding breakfast would be complete without a chocolate fountain with fresh strawberries to dip!

We topped the evening off by icing our own mini wedding cakes and decorated them with jellied hearts and hundreds and thousands.

Royal Wedding challenge badge?
Piece of cake....

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