Prince William and Kate Middleton's wedding invitation
The world has finally received a glimpse of what a royal wedding invitation looks like courtesy of the newly released sample of Prince William and Kate Middleton's famous invite.
Every bride knows the who and where of her wedding, but it takes a very special wedding invitation to make those vital details pop off the page. Prince William and Kate Middleton's royal wedding invitations are perhaps the most sought after in the world right now and if you're lucky enough to score one, you might be surprised by its common appeal.
You won't be seeing any over-the-top scroll or gaudy beauty on the royal wedding invitations. Instead, lucky guests will get their hands on an understated, yet elegant, white card inviting an estimated 1,800 guests to the April 29 wedding. The white card also features a small gold emblem for a bit of royal flair.
The card asks for guests to attend "the Marriage of His Royal Highness Prince William of Wales, K.G. with Miss Catherine Middleton." It also adds that guests should come to the Westminster Abbey wedding dressed in "uniform, morning coat or lounge suit."
Check out the royal wedding invitation above and tell us what you think. Do you think it was a bit lackluster for the world's most talked about bride and groom? Don't forget to save the April 29 date and catch all the latest news on Prince William and Kate Middleton's wedding right here on SheKnows.