Whether you are a patriotic loyalist, a fan of the Royal Family, or simply an avid collector of memorabilia items, getting your hands on William and Kate wedding merchandise is one opportunity you will not want to miss out on.
Since the announcement of the wedding, plans for souvenir items have been in the works and on the production lines with more going into production every day.
From dolls and toys to cups and plateware, the memorabilia becoming available is a must for any serious collector.
Even if you’re not a collector, but simply want something to mark the occasion, it’s time to start looking into the collectible items becoming available to commemorate this momentous occasion.
And considering the potential for increase in value, maybe it’s time to start thinking about starting a collection.
Some collectible items such as mugs, cups, and fine china have been a timelessly popular choice for memorabilia of any royal wedding, and this one will prove to be no exception.
You’re sure to be able to find a wide array of china available with any number of prints portraying the happy couple that are not only excellent collector’s items, but also will look fantastic on display within your home.
Another popular collectible that has been a traditional item for royal wedding memorabilia for over a century are commemorative thimbles – particularly those printed on precious metals. These items are sure to gain in value over time as well as hold a special place in any collection of royal memorabilia.
Of course we’re sure to see a number of postage stamps from several countries printed to commemorate the wedding as well. These are sure to be a popular item among collectors of royal memorabilia and stamp collectors alike.
Now is a good time to start putting together a collection of magazines, books, newspaper articles, and any other printed material concerning the wedding to display with your collection. Any magazines with photographs of the couple gracing the cover will look great on display and are guaranteed to attract the attention of any collectors on the lookout for memorabilia of the Royal Family.
Written by Chloe from DIY Wedding Invitations, something you might want to consider if you’re not marrying a Prince!