Guides for Brides Royal Wedding Predictions: Harry and Meghan
After the eagerly awaited announcement, it is now confirmed that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are set to wed next Spring. It was reported yesterday that Prince Harry casually popped the question in London a month ago while the couple were cooking a roast chicken.
So while we sit and wait, itching for more Royal Wedding info, we’ve joined in with the speculation of the finer details of their big day.
The Royal Venue
It looks like the newlyweds won’t be following the footsteps of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and it has just been confirmed they will wed at St. George’s Chapel in the grounds of Windsor Castle, where the Prince himself was christened back in 1984.
Planning a big wedding? Check out our Royal Wedding venues
Meghan once said that her dream wedding gown would be ‘classic and simple’ which suggests that the extravagant Royal Wedding designer, Alexander McQueen, may be off the list. But could Meghan go for the Sicilian designer and bookies outsider Antonio Berardi? The newlywed often dons this designer’s dresses so will she stick with what she knows and loves?
It is possible, much like the proposal, the Royal Wedding will be a low-key affair. It’s been said the couple like the sound of a romantic, intimate affair with only close family and friends, similar to Harry’s Cousins, Zara and Mike Tindall’s wedding.
Nevertheless, the couple might go against the gossip and opt for a black tie theme for the evening reception. Perhaps the California bride-to-be will throw a wild card into the mix and have a Hollywood glamour theme wedding?
Now undoubtedly this royal affair will affect the trends of next years weddings, but will it be as big as Kate and Will’s wedding – what do you think?
- Advice for Brides
- For Businesses
- For the Groom
- Health and Fitness
- Latest Gossip
- Real Weddings
- The Ceremony & Reception
- Wedding Fairs
bride and groom
bride to be
harry and meghan
national wedding show
The National Wedding Show
unusual wedding decorations