No doubt millions will be watching the next “royal wedding,” when Prince William weds Catherine Middleton in a few weeks. For those in North America, that will require a very early morning—beginning at 3 a.m. on the West Coast.
There’s no word yet on which Champagne will be served at the reception. The cake designs, however, are said to be quite impressive! There is a good chance that the bubbly will come from Champagne Bollinger as it stems back to Queen Victoria who issued a royal warrant to Bollinger in 1884 and then Prince Charles served it at both his bachelor party and at his wedding reception.
For those inspired to toast William and Kate on their wedding day with a Champagne breakfast, Bollinger has created a menu of “Royal Wedding Breakfast Pairings,” intended of course to accompany a glass of Bollinger: Bubble and squeak or kedgeree to accompany a nice old-fashioned English breakfast would be spot on, but caviar and toast points with black truffles and poached eggs are more our fancy.