This Royal Wedding Craft is sponsored by Twinings of London in partnership with the Mom It Forward Influencer Network. As always, all opinions are my own. Click here to read my full disclosure policy. #BeYourBestBlend
Twinings of London recently reached out to me about how we can be inspired to be our “best blend,” whether that means taking time for yourself, exploring something new, or having the inspiration to do what you love. I will gladly admit that I am a bit of a royal family junkie. I love following the royals, watching shows on Netflix about them, and most importantly… I LOVE a Royal Wedding.
I don’t know what you will be doing on the morning of May 19, 2018, but I sure know where I will be: sitting on my couch in my finest pajamas, sipping on a cup of Twinings of London tea, and watching the televised nuptials of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
The Twinings of London story began in 1706, when Thomas Twining opened the House of Twining in London with the vision to sell only the finest teas, herbs and infusions, and I am so happy to be sharing their three latest herbal blends – Lemon Delight, Berry Fusion and Buttermint. I can’t think of a more perfect beverage to enjoy while watching the wedding of season!
A Royal Wedding Craft
Whether you will be waking up early to watch every minute of televised coverage in your pajamas, or plan to get together with gal pals for a viewing party, there is only one beverage suitable to drink while watching the Royal Wedding: tea. When I wake up early on the big day, I know I will want to indulge in a rich cup of buttermint tea – the smooth, creamy taste of this vanilla flavored peppermint tea is one of my favorites!
I designed a .png file for you to use in your Royal Wedding crafts – make a vinyl decal for your tea cup, iron the pattern onto a tea towel to commemorate the occasion, or use the pattern in your viewing party favors. Just click here to download the file.
Making a Harry & Meghan Royal Wedding Mug
I used my Cricut machine and permanent black vinyl to make a fun mug, perfect for enjoying my Twinings of London tea while watching the Royal Wedding.
I uploaded the .png file to Cricut Design space and cut it out on vinyl (2.5-inches wide, I would NOT recommend going any smaller than that).
Then I carefully removed the blank space from my decal.
Then I used transfer tape to apply the decal to my mug.
My finished Royal Wedding Craft
How cute is this little mug?!?!
Thanks again to Twinings of London for sponsoring this post!