Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding is only days away now we can’t help but wonder about every little detail! Most details are still kept private, but with each emerging detail, the vision of the wedding of the century becomes more and more real!
Recently, two very huge details shook media headlines: Meghan and Prince Harry settled on a cake designer and a florist! Both announcements nearly broke the internet! The couple would have Claire Ptak design the cake while high-status florist, Philippa Craddock would create an enchanting venue with nature’s own beauty.
Philippa and Meghan are working together to make Meghan’s vision of a very sweet and romantic wedding. Meghan is hoping for an eco-friendly wedding with local springtime whites and pastels. In an interview with Vanity Fair, a source shared that Meghan wants the venue to be romantic and very “fairy-tale-esque."
Recently, Kensington Palace confirmed Philippa as the choice florist, and while the fans were beyond thrilled to know the direction of the wedding look, people are even more shocked at how they’re getting the flowers.
The flowers for this royal wedding won’t be coming from a typical wholesale flower company, instead, they would come from somewhere much prestigious. These wedding flowers are going to come none other than The Crown Estate and Windsor Great Park.
By choosing flowers from local parks, Meghan is putting the wedding budget back into the local community. Seasonal and local flowers from local parks fit Meghan’s hope of having an eco-conscious wedding. Some are criticizing her taking away beauty from the Royal parks and it's caused quite a little controversy... what do you think? We think it’s just another way that he philanthropic side has shown while planning her wedding!
Philippa is beyond thrilled to create the look of Meghan’s dreams with natural flowers and wildlife. Kensington Palace tweeted that: “The Royal Parks will supply some pollinator-friendly plants from their wildflower meadows that will be incorporated into the floral designs. These plants provide a great habitat for bees & help to nurture and sustain entire ecosystems by promoting a healthy & biodiverse environment."
We can’t wait to see this day come alive with greenery and pastel colors from all around London! The wedding will happen on May 19th at St. George’s Chapel.