- The royal wedding will take place in St George’s Chapel today.
- The chapel has been adorned with a beautiful flower display crafted by floral designer Philippa Craddock.
- The arrangement features locally-sourced white peonies, white garden roses, and more.
Today’s the big day. The exhaustive preparations have been made and the world is watching as Prince Harry marries Megan Markle. The wedding ceremony itself will take place in St George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle, which has been specially decorated for the occasion.
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The first pictures of the chapel show a stunning floral display around the organ loft.
Guests entering through the West Door of the chapel will be greeted by an arch of white flowers.
The displays feature locally-sourced white peonies, white garden roses, and more.
Once inside, the garlands also climb the organ loft above the guests’ seats.
The arrangement was composed by floral designer Philippa Craddock, whose company is the supplier for the V&A, Kensington Palace, Banqueting House, and Hampton Court Palace.
Guests are expected to arrive at the chapel from 9.30-11 a.m. (GMT), and the ceremony itself will start at 12 p.m.
According to CNN, Megan and her mother were not satisfied with the floral arrangement the day before the wedding.
“The problem wasn’t the flowers themselves – they thought they looked beautiful – but they didn’t feel that there were enough of them,” CNN’s Clarissa Ward reported.
More on the royal wedding:
- Here’s what time Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s royal wedding will start where you live – and how to watch it
- Prince Charles will replace Meghan Markle’s dad at the royal wedding and walk her down the aisle
- Meghan Markle has broken her silence on her family drama – and says her dad definitely isn’t coming to the wedding
- Princess Charlotte and Prince George will be bridesmaid and page boy in the royal wedding – here’s who else made the list
- Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s big day will cost over 1,000 times more than the average wedding – here’s where it will all go
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