The bride was stunningly lovely, the groom looked dashing in his Irish Guards uniform, and everyone looked happy. The music for the ceremony was also very nice. Being musically inclined, I always notice things like that. The readings and prayers were moving. Classy and elegant all the way--a royal wedding at it's best. William and Kate have shown the world how it's done.
Like many I've watched the courtship play out over the last years and looked forward to this day for quite a while. It's my personal opinion that the groom couldn't have chosen better. He and his wife (now the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge) are well-suited to one another and could not be accused of rushing into marriage. They took time to get to know one another, and the bride has had the opportunity to learn about the kind of life she will lead as a member of the royal family before committing to such a daunting venture. They married with their eyes opened, and they married for love. This is how a royal marriage should be.
I hope all of my readers will join me in wishing this lovely couple a long and joyous union.