Prince Harry and Meghan Markle reveal their nicknames on exclusive wedding reception

The couple’s personalized invitations to their intimate wedding reception have been made public in the first episodes of Harry & Meghan, their new Netflix docuseries.

The royals took advantage of the opportunity to make their exclusive evening invites as authentic as possible, including signing off with their nicknames. A wedding invite is given to some of your closest friends and family members.


The Duke and Duchess hosted their wedding reception at Frogmore House


Tennis player Serena Williams said of their relationship, “I’m looking at it through the lens of my friend, not a princess.” “They are such a close-knit unit, totally dependent on one another, and each other’s best, best, best friends. I was just so thrilled “Before the camera panned down, she inserted her invitation to their evening party at Frogmore House.

On a white background, black letters were printed, and the edges were embellished with watercolor paintings of green flowers and foliage. This was the message: “We invite you to our wedding celebration dinner and dance. Saturday, May 19, 2018, at 7:30 p.m. Windsor Home Park’s Frogmore House. xx Love, Haz & Meg.


Serena Williams and her husband Alexis were among the guests invited to the exclusive event


Their official wedding invitations, which were created by Barnard and Westwood, were also briefly glimpsed in the episode.

A picture and a detailed look at the invitations’ making process behind the scenes were previously shared by Kensington Palace via Twitter. The tweet stated that “Lottie Small, who just finished her apprenticeship, printed all of the invitations using the die stamping technique on a vintage machine she lovingly dubbed Maude.”


The couple’s official wedding invites were made by Barnard and Westwood
Photo via Twitter


The invitations are printed in gold and black using American ink on English card, then they are burnished to bring out the shine and have the edges gilded. A video of Lottie at work was also posted.

Prior to a lunchtime reception at St George’s Hall, which was hosted by the late Queen Elizabeth, Harry and Meghan exchanged vows at St George’s Chapel. 200 guests attended the newlyweds’ exclusive reception that evening, which was hosted by future King Charles.

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