THIRD ANNIVERSARY Driwancybermuseum



in 2011

The Driwan’s  Cybermuseum


(Museum Duniamaya Dr Iwan)

Driwancybermuseum Blog A.Driwancybermuseum homeoffice openhouse

Cybermuseum open house”

Qillin decoration
Postal History and Document History collections in antique cupboard
Meeting room
working room
dragon boat mini musuem
Ceramic Collection
Ceramic Collections 2
VOC ship tile
VOC Tile&Token
Ngoc San Hanoi tile
Ancient Wayang Petruk
Ancient Wayang semar manuscript

The Embroidery Collections New Year 2011 Exhibition at Driwancybermuseum Blog

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We hope the next Year all of the collectors all over the world will Found more interesting collections and always visit this interesting and amizing blog
Showcase :
The Embroidery (Sulaman) Collections New Year 2011 Exhibition
Frame One:
The Dr Iwan Embroidery Collections Foun in Indonesia.
1.Minangkabau Handmade

2)native embroidery

3)Bead Embroidery

2.Machinal embroidery
1) Vintage Mechanical embroidery Book(Bordir)

2)Indonesian Kebaya(Bordir Kebaya)

The Royal Prince William Wedding Ceremony and Honeymoon Art Photography














The Royal Prince William Wedding and Honeymoon Art Photography Collection


Frame One :

1.The wedding ceremony Plan

(1)The wedding ceremony to be held in Wesminster Abbey.

Their love story began in St. Andrews University when they were students. Now, everything will be settled for this century’s much awaited wedding ceremony to be held in Westminster Abbey which is a bigger venue than past traditional royal weddings.

Prince William Kate Middleton wedding 1 Prince William and Kate Middleton Royal Wedding Plans Revealed

Miss Middleton will pass by the Abbey by car instead of the traditional glass carriage which is a mark for this kind of event. The ceremony will begin at 1100 BST to be led by Archbishop of Canterbury to marry the couple;

 Dean of Westminster to lead the event;

 and the Bishop of London to give the address.

Prince William and Miss Middleton will go back at the Buckingham Palace by glass carriage passing by The Mall, Parliament Square, Horse Guards Parade, and Whitehall.

(2) In details released on Wednesday,St James Palace revealed the basic structure of the wedding.

(a) Miss Kate Middleton will travel to westminter Abbey by Car rather than Glass carriage(this break the tradition.) via The Mall

,Horse Guards

 and Parliament Square.

(b) The Ceremony will begin at 11.00 BST

(c) The Dean of Wesminster will conduct the service, the Archbishop of Cantebury will marry William and Kate Westminter Abbey

(d) After the service the coule will travel in a glass carriage procession  to Buckingham Palace

 along the same route taken earlier by Miss Middleton.There will then be a reception,hosted by the queen,for gueat from the congregation, representing the couple’s official and privateslives.

(e) in the evening the prince of Wales will host a private dinner

 at Buckingham Palace

 followed by dancing for couples plus closed friends and family.

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Only 1,900 individuals had been really invited to the Royal Wedding. 600 of those are also invited to a dinner hosted by the Queen, and 300 men and women are invited to a reception hosted by the father of the groom, Prince Charles. The rest of the world will likely be glued to their televisions watching the wedding in real time. If you miss the wedding due to time zone conflicts, you can make sure that replays of the royal wedding video will be offered for your enjoyment on the internet.

It is not often that a real Prince and Princess gets married. This genuinely seems like a fairy tale come accurate, and we sincerely hope that William and Kate live happily ever after. The world thought that Diana and Charles would be happy forever, and we all know how that turned out. Let us hope and pray that they will love 1 yet another, be faithful to one another, and have several years of joy together. We’re eager to see the next generation of royalty, as they’re positive to be excellent looking little young children!

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Mar 15
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The market is flooded with books and guides about how to plan a wedding. These books are great if you have the money to spend on them, and you have an unlimited budget. If you are a bride that does not quite fit the traditional mold, or if you just like to do things your own way, you may want to make your own wedding planning book.

Wedding planning is not a complicated process, but it is time-consuming and requires you to wade through and process a great deal of information. Keeping the information organized and in one place is essential. Certain books on the market promise to help you with this task, but I found them to be expensive and not organized the way that I thought would be helpful to me. After being disappointed by commercial wedding planning books, I decided to make my own wedding planning book.

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I took an ordinary three-ring binder and divided the binder into several sections. The sections are labeled in bright construction paper and tabbed. If you already have your theme picked for your wedding, you could even use your wedding colors. At the front of my binder, I made a section for my budget, where I kept a list of everything I wanted for the wedding ceremony, reception, and honeymoon and the total dollar amount I estimated each one would cost. At the top of the page, I put my wedding planning budget in big, bold numbers so that I would always have it in mind while shopping. I also kept notes in this section about when vendor payments would be due when I made the payments.

The next section in my wedding planning book was for contracts. Each time I made an agreement with a vendor for my wedding ceremony or reception I put a copy of the contract in the binder. If I made any changes to the contract, such as special requests or add-ons, I put the contract addendum into the contracts section. If a question came up about what was promised, I had an easy place to look in my wedding planning book.

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The next sections in my binder were either for a particular vendor that I chose or ideas for items that I was still looking for. For instance, when I chose our reception site, I interviewed a number of vendors. For each vendor, I kept information in a section called “Reception.” When I chose a vendor, I added a new section under that vendor’s name with the different packages offered, the additional items offered by the site, and ideas for the options we were considering at the reception location.

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I also had sections for florists, the rehearsal dinner, wedding party gifts, bridesmaid dresses, party favors, and invitations. As you plan for your wedding, you will get ideas for other items as well, like engraved flutes for your first toast, cake servers, ring pillows, candle pillars, and other odds and ends.

You may want to add your own sections for things you think are important. For instance, you can add pockets to keep cards of the vendors you are considering, extra pages to jot notes when you visit vendors, or pictures of the dresses, flowers, or cakes you see in magazines or while you are out shopping that you like. You can even take the book with you to bridal fairs to store your ideas in as you go. The beauty of being your own wedding planner and creating your own wedding planning book is that the options are limitless.

2.The Wedding Planner: Happy birthday, Your Majesty!



Queen Elizabeth II leaves the Royal Maundy Day Service at Westminster Abbey, April 21, 2011, in London.(Credit: Getty)

(CBS) CBS News royals contributor Victoria Arbiter, reporting from London, will be giving readers daily updates on plans for the April 29 royal wedding. 

Her Majesty, the Queen,  turns 85 Thursday and her birthday kicks off what promises to be a spectacular 10 days for the royal family and the country as a whole.

It’s incredible to think that of the Queen’s 85 years, 59 have been spent as our reigning monarch. That’s especially impressive when you consider that at the time of her birth, she wasn’t destined for the throne.

The Queen has remained the one constant throughout her family’s trials and tribulations, and generally the British are fiercely loyal and proud of her. She consistently demonstrates the very best of the British from her stoicism to her dedication to her country, and we are all the better for having her.

There are, of course, the naysayers who think we should get rid of the monarchy but I just can’t imagine a Britain without them. The anti-monarchists quibble about the expense to the taxpayer and yet the royal family only costs each individual about a $1 a year. Most people have more than that between their sofa cushions. Our royals represent a vibrant and staggering history and I firmly believe that they are as relevant today as they were 1,000 years ago.

Since arriving in England, I have had the good fortune to see the Queen drive by on several occasions, always in a green Jaguar, and each time I have felt awe-inspired by even a brief glimpse. I can’t wait to see her lead her family out onto the balcony at Buckingham Palace on April 29 to celebrate William and Kate’s marriage.

It’s been a long time since the Queen has had the opportunity to see an adoring crowd at the gates to the palace. Although the people will be there for the wedding, I can guarantee that the cheers will boom when the public lays eyes on the Queen. How joyous it will be for her to look out over her people and see the flags being waved with vigorous enthusiasm.

William and Kate’s wedding has brought a much needed boost of optimism to the royal family and it couldn’t be coming at a better time. What a glorious birthday gift to the Queen. So on behalf of all of us, happy birthday, Ma’am, and God Save the Queen!

Until next time, royalphiles, keep calm and carry on.

2a.The royal prince of wales and diana wedding ceremony invitation

3.Prince William and Kate’s Royal Wedding Invitation


1,900 people received their invitations to the Royal wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton at London’s Westminster Abbey on April 29. The heavy card bearing the engraved gold insignia of the Queen of England was delivered to various VIPs from kings to charity leaders, close family and university friends, old schoolmates and prime ministers around the world, People reports. The edges of the card, which is about 10 in. by 6 in., are beveled and then gilded. The simple wording reads that the Lord Chamberlain has been “commanded by the Queen” to invite the holder to the ceremony. Guests are asked to wear military uniform, a morning coat or a “lounge” suit. 600 of the 1,900 invitees have also been invited by the Queen to a reception immediately following the ceremony, and 300 of those are also invited to a dinner hosted by William’s father, Prince Charles.

The special guest which attend the wedding ceremony :

 Prince William & Kate’s Wedding attend by President  Obama ?

What else could explain the snobby snub of President Obama and First ladyMichelle? I don’t care how much William and Kate Middleton want to have more of a “people’s wedding.” I don’t care that William’s not a sovereign or a direct heir to the throne. I don’t care that the wedding will be smaller and less ostentatious than Prince Charles‘ wedding to Princess Diana.

None of that, in my opinion, can excuse the biggest potential rift between Great Britain and the U.S. since, well, the War of Independence!

I mean come on William- your St. James Palace spokesman said “it is certainly not the case that all foreign heads of the state will be excluded. The guest list is still being drawn up and could change, but as things stand it’s right (to say the Obamas will not be invited).”

Ewww! That’s a double diss. You and Kate will find room for other heads of state like French President Nicholas Sarkozy and his wife Carla Bruni, but not the President of The United States???

Why are they more worthy? Are you afraid that they’ll chunnel into Westminister Abbey no matter what? Do you not realize that the U.S. is Great Britain’s biggest ally? Don’t you remember William how your mother Princess Diana loved coming to America because she felt more free here?

Or is this payback for Michelle Obama breaking with precedent and hugging the Queen on her first visit to England? Are you afraid that The First Lady might get to touchy, feely again?

Or is this finally an even bigger diss, a more historic payback for America breaking free of Great Britain’s sovereignty? William- have you secretly been really pissed off that America is no longer part of your kingdom?

Prince William and Kate Middleton, I urge you to rethink and redraw your guest list. You can still have lots of charity workers attend your wedding. Surely there’s some duke or dutchess that can be cut. It’s only two seats!

But they are the two most important seats that need to be filled by our President and our First Lady. Snub them and you snub 310 million of us



They’re considered the King and Queen of soccer so it’s no surprise that Davidand Victoria Beckham have received their official invite to Prince Williamand Kate Middleton’s April 29 wedding. Wills, who is the president of the English Football Association, became friends with Becks when England lost the bid to host the 2018 World Cup, while Victoria has previously revealed that she would send over some of her dresses for the future princess to wear.

The highly-anticipated wedding will take place at London’s Westminster Abbey followed by a lavish lunchtime buffet for 600 people at Buckingham Palace. However, David and Victoria unfortunately were not one of the 300 to be exclusively invited to the following dinner dance hosted by Prince Charles.

1900 guests have been invited to the wedding ceremony and courtiers have revealed that there a “small number” of A-list stars will be seated alongside more than 1000 friends and family and 80 charity workers to reflect the prince’s “fairly ordinary life” living in North Wales.
Notably absent from the royal guest-list are US President Barack Obama and his wife and Sarah Ferguson, Prince Andrew’s ex-wife. Prince William recently revealed that his brother Prince Harry will be the best man, while Kate’s sister, Pippa Middleton, will be the Maid of Honour.

Elton John and the crown prince of Bahrain will attewnd the  wedding ceremony.


Marriage lottery: 100 winners to attend Prince William and Kate Middleton’s wedding

Very much in charge . . . Prince William and his fiances.Prince William and Kate Middleton will welcome 100 strangers to their wedding. Photo: AP

One hundred ordinary people will reportedly attend the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton with royal officials conducting a lottery to determine who is invited.

Britain’s Sun newspaper said those lucky enough to secure an invite would only find out when it dropped into their letterbox.

The paper said Buckingham Palace is planning a number of festivities around the April 29 wedding including a rock concert and street parties.


4.The prince William Kate wedding Gown


Prince William is expected to follow royal tradition and marry in military dress like his father Prince Charles and uncle Prince Andrew.His RAF uniform will be most likely be the military uniform selected. Savile Row tailors Gieves & Hawkes, who supplies suits to the royal family, is said to be chosen to make Prince William’s outfit. The starting price for a Gieves & Hawkes RAF uniform is £2,800, can take up to ten weeks to make.
The prince’s father and grandfather, the Prince of Wales and Duke of Edinburgh respectively both wore
Royal Navy dress on their royal wedding. Prince William is an RAF officer serving as a helicopter pilot with the Search and Rescue Force (Sarf).

William is a Knight of the Order of the Garter and on his wedding day is likely to wear the Order’s blue sash, with its attached badge, and star. He will be expected to wear his Queen’s Golden Jubilee Medal.
There is still no word on who will be doing Kate Middleton’s wedding dress.Theroyal wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton will be on April 29, 2011at London’s Westminster Abbey.
 Prince Charles wore  his Royal Navy uniform to marry Diana in 1981

Now we can officially start discussing, naturally with breathless anticipation, the impending Royal Wedding! First up: What should she wear? We’ve already asked top wedding dress designers to come up with an original design for Kate Middleton, in a Project Princess face-off. Here are the results.

The Big Players
From left: Amsale, Angel Sanchez


British Favorites
From left: Temperley London, Augusta Jones


American Classics
From left: Melissa Sweet, Priscilla of Boston




The Bride hand Flower

3.Prince William And Kate Middleton Plan Cheap Honeymoon

Prince William and Kate Middleton are expected to take a cheap honeymoon in recognition of the current economic climate. It’s been reported that the couple has made a shortlist of British destinations, with the Scilly Isles tipped as their honeymoon of choice.

Beach scene, Isles Of Scilly

The last time Prince William went to the isles on holiday, it was 1989, and he was with his father Prince Charles, mother Princess Diana and brother Prince Harry. He was only 7 years old at the time but has fond memories of the place.

It was first believed that the couple would go to Kenya, where the prince proposed to Kate last year. However, a Royal source says that they have been talking about possibly taking their honeymoon somewhere in Britain in respect of recent austerity measures. they are aware that being seen taking a luxury honeymoon wouldn’t look good and send the wrong message. there are several options being considered, which suit their non-lavish tastes. after the attack on Prince Charles and Camilla, his wife, a domestic holiday will also make it easier to be sure they are secure, the insider added, while the final destination they choose won’t be announced.

The news of a domestic holiday destination for the couple’s honeymoon is consistent with the rest of their wedding. Instead of getting wedding gifts from their guests, they are considering asking them to donate to charity. Also, instead of being taken to Westminster Abbey for the ceremony on April 29 by carriage, Kate will be driven in a car.

(3)Prince Harry will become Prince William Bestman

The Royal Wedding Count Down

Pressure On as Wedding Day Draws Near for Prince Will and Kate Middleton



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