Take a Peek at Harry and Meghan’s Royal Wedding Invitation



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The wedding invites for Harry and Meghan’s ceremony are in the mail – and they look royally gorgeous.

Six hundred lucky guests have been invited to the service and luncheon, which will be hosted by Queen Elizabeth at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle.

Kensington Palace gave a sneak peek at the very special invitations, painstakingly created by Barnard Westwood, who have been creating wedding invitations for the royal family since 1985.

Featuring the three-feathered badge of the Prince of Wales printed in gold ink, the invitations use American ink on English card.

Printed in gold and black, the invites are made using a process called ‘die stamping’ using a machine from the 1930’s. They are then burnished to bring out the shine and gilded around the edge.

Lucky guests will attend the service at St. George’s Chapel, which will follow with a luncheon given by the Queen. Later in the evening around 200 guests will attend a reception given by Harry’s father Prince Charles at Frogmore House.