Kensington Palace confirmed via social media that the invites have been sent and even gave people a peek at the actual invitation. As one would expect, it's classic and regal.
The cream colored cardstock and black ink were printed in the royal tradition and "they feature the Three-Feathered Badge of the Prince of Wales printed in gold ink."
Fancy with a capital F.
The company that made them, Barnard and Westwood, has been making royal invites since the 80s. An employee named Lottie Small actually printed the invites on a vintage machine from the 1930s.
Fun fact: the ink was American.
Those lucky enough to nab an invite to the royal soirée will start off at St George's Chapel for the ceremony, which will be followed by a lunchtime reception at St George's Hall, which is being thrown by none other than Her Majesty The Queen.
In the evening, approximately 200 people will attend a party in the new couple's honor at Frogmore House given by The Prince of Wales.
The dress code requires a uniform, morning coat or lounge suit for gentlemen, and ladies are asked to wear a day dress with a hat.
Pass the tea and crumpets, we're pulling out our finest lounge suits and day dresses. ? ? ?