A Royal(ish) Wedding


Sally dug the royal wedding. What wasn’t to love? Beautiful people, military uniforms, designer dresses, hats that should have toppled several women over. Naturally, Sally then spent a good chunk of wedding day executing her own version of the royal nuptials.

Throngs of onlookers awaited a glimpse of the happy prince and princess.

The bride wore a Kleenex veil and a dress by Mattel. Her necklace is genuine China-made plastic. The groom wore a look of vague detachment.

The pool party reception (hmmm, the queen in a bikini…) ended with an exuberant–and naked–bride scaling the castle’s tallest tower. Her new husband climbed up to rescue her.

The newlyweds retired to a furnished castle built by the prince himself, where they promptly began planning a family. They are expecting their first daughter tomorrow. She will have bunk beds in her room. . . . As all princesses should.

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One response to “A Royal(ish) Wedding

  1. Nate watched the royal wedding on YouTube – and he also loved it, clapping frequently and at all the right moments (e.g. just after the groom said “I Do”). Not sure what this means but maybe in a few years Sally will have a real live male wanting to play the part of the Prince in her play-acts. šŸ™‚

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