As excitement builds on today's Royal Wedding day, we will be live blogging the latest news from the event, including commentary on the day's best outfits, reviews of the flower arrangements and much more! Keep checking back regularly to stay up to date with all the going-ons. If you're lucky, you might even catch a giveaway!
With the ceremony over, the couple are now signing the register to make their mariage official. A beautiful ceremony which incorporated Harry and Meghan's cultures perfectly. A full rundown of the best outfits of the day will be up on the blog shortly. In the meantime - with this much love in the air, it would seem unfair not to offer a 10% discount on your first block of hours booked today. Pop over to the contact us page to get in touch to ask us to plan your destination wedding in France.
The Middleton are arriving! Pippa Middleton has gone for a British-made pale green floral dress, perfect for today's glorious weather in Windsor. Carole Middleton has opted for a pastel ensemble also, she has gone for a beautiful pale blue outfit, very fitting for the occasion.
Some lovely footage of the guests who were hand-picked by Harry and Meghan for the wonderful things they have done for their communities. Again, bold jewelled tones are proving popular.
A steady flow of guests are arriving now. Some lovely summery outfits have been spotted so far, with both pastel colours being prominent as well as other natural colours including vibrant blues and greens. Fascinators seem to be the go-to choice for headwear amongst the younger guests, but hats are proving ever popular amongst older invitees. The congregation is gathering in the church as we edge closer to the magical moment when we all get to see the dress!
Further images of the wedding flowers have been shown on BBC's Breakfast. We are seeing cascading arches of flowers and greenery. White seasonal flowers including peonies and wisteria are taking centre stage in the piece. Images to follow!
A first glimpse of the flowers has been provided by Georgie Gillard/Daily Mail. We are seeing lots of natural shapes with a neutral cream and green colour scheme. A classic choice that has been modernised by straying from more traditional structured wedding flowers.