After the wedding ceremony, Prince William drove his beautiful wife from Buckingham Place to Clarence House in a car that was iconically associated with King Charles. The blue Aston Martin was given to Charles on his 21st birthday and has been in the family since.
The 1968 Jaguar E-Type Concept Zero was what Harry Drove Meghan to the evening reception held in Frogmore House. The car was rented for the day; however, if you wished to buy something like this, you would probably have to say goodbye to about $500,000.
Fiona Cairns was responsible for William and Kate's wedding cake. We don't know what it tasted like, but it was magnificent. It was composed of eight tiers that were made out of fruit cake, traditionally used in British Royal cakes.
Meghan had to do things differently and escape the tradition. She chose a lemon and elderflower cake from Claire Ptak of London's Violet Bakery. The cake wasn't as expected on tiers and was presented as three separate layers.
As this was a royal wedding, Kate couldn't just go to any graphic designer and pick out something she liked. A royal invitation had its own language. White, gold, and black are the traditional colors used. The invite was sent on behalf of the late queen, and it read; The Marriage of His Royal Highness Prince William of Wales, K.G. with Miss Catherine Middleton."
Also, Meghan had to go with the traditional white, gold, and black; however, it wasn't sent by the late Queen Elizabeth, and King Charles, who was just a prince at the time, sent out the invite. Another significant difference between both invitations is that as Meghan had been married before, she was referred to as Ms. and not Miss, as Midleton was.
The moment we've been all waiting for. The second dress. To the evening reception, breathtaking Katy wore a white gown made of satin and designed by Alexander McQueen. She added a white shrug completing the princess look.
Meghan's evening dress has to be one of the most spectacular evening gowns we have ever seen. Stella McCartney did an incredible job; we must admit, Meghan wore it perfectly. It was a high-neck gown that intentionally or not resembled a dress the late Diana once wore.
For both weddings, Princess Anne, daughter of the late Queen Elizabeth, wore the same color just in different shades. For William and Kate's wedding, she wore a shocking purple and green coat accompanied by a purple hat. Not sure what she was trying to say here.
For Meghan and Harry's big day, she wore a dark purple wrapped coat. This time she left the big hat at home and added a modest headpiece which seemed to work. She completed her intelligent look with a matching colored clutch.