The seating arrangements have been made. The venue is booked. The cake is well on its way to being made.
The bonbonnières have been ordered (personally, we’re hoping each and every guests gets to take home a Corgi pup) and as of today, the invites have officially been printed and sent.
But royal watchers have spotted something a little off about the invitations for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s May 19 wedding. Something that, potentially, could cause some confusion among guests.
It all started when Kensington Palace shared an image of the invitations on Twitter. The Prince of Wales’ special fancy seal (also known as the Three-Feathered Badge) was there. There was enough space for a fancy calligrapher to write the names of guests.
There was even a very specific dress code – men must wear a “morning coat” or a lounge suit, while women are required to wear a “day dress with a hat”.
But the names of the people getting married were… not what people were expecting.