Twenty-year-old Diana became Princess of Wales when she married the Prince of Wales on 29 July 1981 at St Paul's Cathedral , which offered more seating than Westminster Abbey , which was generally used for royal nuptials.   The service was widely described as a "fairytale wedding" and was watched by a global television audience of 750 million people while 600,000 spectators lined the streets to catch a glimpse of the couple en route to the ceremony.   At the altar, Diana accidentally reversed the order of Charles's first two names, saying "Philip Charles" Arthur George instead.  She did not say that she would "obey" him; that traditional vow was left out at the couple's request, which caused some comment at the time.  Diana wore a dress valued at £9,000 with a 25-foot (-metre) train.  Music and songs used during the wedding included the " Prince of Denmark's March ", " I Vow to Thee, My Country ", " Pomp and Circumstance ", and " God Save the Queen ". 
How do you Create A Coin?
1. Punch out a circle, that is just as big or bigger than your chosen stamp.
2. Coat the entire piece of paper with Versamark Ink.
3. Cover with Stampin’ Emboss Powder (I used silver) and Heat Set with your Embossing Heat Tool.
4. REPEAT steps 2 & 3…two more times! Yes, re-emboss the embossed circle.
***Right before you heat it for the 3rd time, ink up your stamp in Versamark Ink to “have it ready”. Be sure to press it deeply into the ink pad. You want to coat all the areas of the stamp (high and low spots).
5. As soon as you heat set for the 3rd time, immediately press your Versamarked image into the soft “coin”.
***You need to do this quickly…as the embossed coin will only stay “impressionable” for so long after it is heated.