Five Ideas To Make Your Wedding Day More Royal

The Royal wedding of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, now referred to as the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, lived up to the highest of expectations, moreover, it was groundbreaking which resonated worldwide, thanks to the strong presence of Meghan Markle shaping a new frontier the way forward for a modern royal era.

Should you be planning your big day, here are five ideas taken from the royals so you can have your fairytale wedding:

  1. Rolls Royce

Make a grand entrance, focused on sophistication, which equates to a Roll’s Royce being the preferred mode of transport.

The Royal Wedding

A vintage 1950’s Rolls Royce Phantom IV was the car of choice for Megan Markel’s grand arrival to the ceremony.

  1. Extra Long Veil

The longer the veil, the more enchanted the fairytale.

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Megan Markel’s veil trailed at five meters long, created by fashion powerhouse – Givenchy.

  1. Choir

Have a Choir sing a hymn as you walk down the isle, this heightens the romance of the day.

The Royal Wedding

“Eternal Source of Light Divine” written by George Frideric Handel, was performed when Meghan Markle walked down the isle with Prince Charles, setting a mood of ultimate thrill for all us hopeless romantics.

  1. Short, Sweet & Elegant

Keep the ceremony short and sweet with a dash of intimacy concerning the bride and groom.


The elegant royal wedding included poetry, hymns and cellist – Skehu Kanneh – Mason concluded the ceremony.

  1. Individuality

This is an important one in any wedding. Having an individualistic touch from both the bride and groom on the day of the ceremony personalizes the ceremony – after all the day is about the both of you.


Meghan Markel’s African American heritage was beautifully celebrated and presented at the wedding ceremony when “Stand By Me” was performed by The Kingdom Choir.

Happy wedding planning!

*All images courtesy of Getty Images

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