Why We’re Excited for Pippa Middleton’s Wedding
It’s a pretty big year for weddings and Pippa Middleton’s is no exception! With four months to go before she ties the knot with fiancé James Matthews in May, we’ve heard that the planning is showing no signs of slowing down! Of course, the rumour mill is buzzing – as one of the events of the season, we’d love to receive an invitation! Whilst only a select few will be lucky enough to witness the day first hand, we’ve scoured reports to find out some inside secrets!
Pippa Middleton and James Matthews will marry on the 20th of May at St Mark’s Church in Englefield, Berkshire. Far from her sister’s worldwide broadcast, Pippa’s day will be a private affair, boasting a guest list of between 350-400 A-listers, royals and Sloane Rangers. An engraved black on white card, curtsey of Mount Street Printers will be discreetly posted for the invitations.
Talk will always surround the dress, there’s no doubting that it’ll be the focal point of media spreads! It’s believed that Giles Deacon will design the gown, based around Pippa’s preference for lace, long sleeves and infamous figure. There won’t be a puffball in sight! If you fancy doing a Pippa, go for classic elegance: Chic and simple.
The Middleton’s will host the reception at their home in Bucklebury. According to reports, marquees will be set up in the manor house gardens, with Admirable Critchon serving signature fine foods and champagne.
The flower girl and page boy
Playful pair George and Charlotte could play at a key part in their aunt’s wedding: We’d love to see the Prince and Princess as the page boy and flower girl – Just imagine how adorable they’d look!
We’re eager for details to be confirmed by the bride and groom in what is an exciting run up!
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