Now that the wedding invitations have been sent, the to-be bride and groom have been baptized, and allegedly had their bachelor and bachelorette parties ‘sorted,’ it’s time to take a look inside the chapel where they will say ‘I do’. After all, May is just around the corner!
The Venue: St.George’s Chapel, a royal favourite, sits inside the iconic Windsor Castle.
(Only 50 minutes outside London)
The chapel, built in Gothic architectural style, is the official home of the Order of the Garter, the oldest and most prestigious chivalric institution in England.
Regarded as one of the most beautiful ecclesiastical buildings in England, this chapel has been the site for a number of important royal events including several weddings, baptisms, and burials.
Did you Know? The first royal wedding to take place at St George’s Chapel was in 1863, when King Edward VII married Queen Alexandra.
Believe it or Not: St. George’s is known far less for its weddings than for its funerals!
It is the burial place of 10 monarchs including Henry VIII and Charles I.