Sunday, May 22, 2011

Royal Wedding in the Reich Duchy of Beerstein

The bride, Lady Louise von Pilsner, arrives at St. Pauli church to wed Prince Wilhelm II von Beerstein. All of the painting of the great event were provided by Alan Tidmarsh of Dorset: UK, affectionately known as Tidders. Well done sir!

The great moment was presided over by the Arch Bishop of Beerstein himself.

At the precise moment, the Leib Battery fires a twenty one gun salute from the Fortress of Kronenberg.

The Royal Wedding Carriage is escorted back to the palace by Prince Wilhelm's own Pilsner Horse grenadiers, sporting their red ceremonial uniforms.

The Royal Wedding Carriage arrives at the Palace to be greeted by Reich Duke Wilhelm and Duchess Lynda. Security is provided by the Beerstein Honorable Pensioners, our senior infantry battalion.

The happy couple dance their first dance to the delight of court and honored guests. In honor of the magnificent painting of the Royal Wedding, Reich Duke Wilhelm as invested Tidders into the Ancient and Honorable Order of the Tankard.



All of Schwabia wishes the newly weds a long and fruitfull union.

Jiminho said...

A 21 gun salute from the guns of Kropow Castle resound in honour of the newly-weds.

justMike said...

His Majesty de St. Maurice offers his congratulations and wishes to inquire as to where their Majesties are regestered for gifts. Lovely presentation.

David said...

Beautifully presented. :-)

And Tippelbruder sends its best wishes to the bride and groom.

David Linienblatt.

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ColCampbell50 said...

A well done sequence of photographs. You have a fine sense of miniature modeling. I enjoy watching the progress of the Reich Duchy.


abdul666 said...

A *great* pictorial report of a merry moment!
Then, there will no be honour salvo in Monte-Cristo: a couple of charming birds nested in the barrel of the *very old* gun kept in the lawn of the Presipapal palace for such celebration, and none in our peaceful country feels cruel enough to dislodge them - sorry...