Major decisions have been taken. The location is Windsor Castle, the month is May, guests have received their invitations and probably the dress has been chosen. In about fifty days, 33-year-old Prince Harri will marry his eclectic heart, 36-year-old Megan Markl.
What’s left is the arrangement of details as stated by Anna Macregor, director of Wedding Gallery, one of London’s largest wedding ceremony design offices. “It’s definitely the choice of the menu, so choosing beverages will now begin and this is one of the funniest pieces in organizing a wedding ceremony because you have to taste the wines,” says Macregor, and adds that once this is a royal wedding, surely the couple has some very good choices from the royal cellar.
According to the expert, the future Prince’s pair has yet another great challenge to deal with and that is the arrangement of the guests’ positions. Harry and Megan will have about 600 guests at the ceremony at St. George’s Chapel, while about 200 of them have been invited to the afternoon reception.
However, according to the organizer of weddings, it is all easier for such a couple who has countless choices and extra help in organizing.