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"Duke of Cambridge" (pronounced "came-bridge") is a title which has been conferred upon members of the British royal family several times. It is named after the city of Cambridge in England where it was first used in 1660 as a designation for Charles Stuart, the eldest son of James, Duke of York (later James II).
The title was most recently bestowed upon Prince William who celebrated his wedding to Kate Middleton on 29 April. At that time the title of Cambridge was also conferred upon a wedding backdrop at Something Borrowed. Since that time, hundreds of couples have had the title informally bestowed upon them as their wedding pictures were recorded for all generations in front of the Cambridge collection. Cambridge has been Utah's most coveted backdrop.
Classy as that all seems, Something Borrowed resolved upon the Cambridge name because the lights used in the main backdrop were purchased commercially from a company that had printed, "Cambridge Collection" on the box.
Thank you for spreading the word about Something Borrowed. We can't help your friends if they don't know we are here. As a token of our appreciation, Something Borrowed will give you a $25 gift card whenever someone you recommend books a wedding with us in 2020 ...easy that that. Just make sure they have your mailing information when they come for their consultation visit.