It's a Royal Wedding Tea, at The Langham Huntington, Pasadena

Sip a warm cup, nibble at pastries, and watch the nuptials, a few hours after the wedding itself.

WEDDINGS AND THE LANGHAM? They're such a famous duo, and for fine reason: The historic Pasadena property is known for putting on a host of tasteful, luxe-lovely, and flower-filled events, the kind of memorable days that absolutely bloom with beauty and joy. Of course, you'll need to be a guest of one of the families to see such splendor, but there is a wedding-oriented happening at the landmark, on Saturday, May 19, that is a bit different and ever-so-delightful. The date is a bit of a giveaway, if you're an observer of all things to do with Buckingham Palace: It's when Prince Harry and Meghan Markle shall be wed in the much-anticipated wedding at St. George's Chapel inside Windsor Castle, not far from London. It's no surprise that many people on this side of the pond will be watching, and very much so around Southern California, where Ms. Markle grew up. If you'd like to get into that posh wedding spirit, and you can't think of a better spot than The Langham Huntington, Pasadena to do so, best...

MAKE YOUR RESERVATION... for a place at the Royal Wedding Afternoon Tea. "Afternoon" is a key word here — you won't need to arrive in your pajamas in the very, very early morning, when the wedding'll be happening, local LA time — so don your favorite hat and fancy togs and make for the landmark's timeless Lobby Lounge. The royal wedding will screen, the pastries will be delicious, the sandwiches savory and satisfying, and the dishes? Wedgwood. The price is $62 per person, and the seatings are available from 10 a.m. to 4 in the afternoon. Hoping to do something a bit special for the day, beyond watching from home? This is just the ticket, without reserving a ticket for a hop over the England. Call it an English-style event, with a quintessential California setting, all in honor of the California bride, her soon-to-be husband, and the biggest wedding on the calendar.

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