It was a spectacular view at windsor castle on the 19th of may 2018 as Prince Harry and Meghan Markle tied the Windsor knot inside St. George’s Chapel and it even included a few unexpected moments that you may have missed!
During their wedding ceremony, the bride and groom exchanged rings. Meghan’s ring was created out of Welsh Gold, and Harry’s ring is a platinum band. Immediately following the exchange of vows, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle took a carriage ride through Windsor. The route went go along High Street through town before returning back via the Long Walk. here are some pictures from thier carriage ride
The royal family gathered on the steps of St. George’s Chapel to wave Harry and Meghan off on their procession. That’s where the royal couple shared their first kiss
Meghan’s stunning wedding dress was designed by British designer Clare Waight Keller for Givenchy. Here’s everything we know about her dress. The designer also created Meghan’s shoes for the big day. the royal fans were treated to Meghan’s first royal tiara moment: the bride wore Queen Mary’s diamond bandeau tiara for her wedding day look.
Meghan and Harry’s first reception took place at St. George’s Hall, a state room within Windsor Castle. 600 guests have been invited to the ceremony and then lunch, which is being hosted by the Queen.Harry and Meghan will leave Windsor Castle for Frogmore House, where their evening reception will take place. Around 200 guests were invited to this reception, and it will be hosted by the Prince of Wales
Royal wedding cakes are typically fruit cakes, but Meghan and Harry are bucking tradition, and plan to have a lemon elderflower cake created by Claire Ptak, a pastry chef who was raised in California but now owns London-based bakery Violet Cakes.
the royal wedding cake
The 600 guests who attended Harry and Meghan’s wedding at St. George’s Chapel were also invited to the St. George’s Hall reception and they were treated to a performance by Elton John, who also attended the wedding.