On May 19, 2018, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle had their fairytale royal wedding that captivated the world. The wedding was highly publicized and televised, with an estimated 1.9 billion people tuning in to watch the pair say their “I dos.” The wedding ceremony required careful planning and hard work from everyone involved, including the dressmakers who worked “hundreds of hours” sewing fabric and keeping the veil immaculate. While some details of the wedding were made public, like the fact that the couple secretly exchanged vows in a backyard ceremony three days before the royal wedding, some details were only revealed later. The couple got engaged after only one year of being together, and in their Netflix docuseries Harry & Meghan, they shared several more special moments from their nuptials, including their first dance and Meghan’s mindset on the big day. The wedding venue was at St. George’s Chapel on the grounds of Windsor Castle, which has served as the site of numerous royal weddings, including those of Queen Victoria’s children. The wedding invitations came from Barnard Westwood, a traditional choice for royals. Despite the challenges of planning such a grand event, the couple managed to make the whole experience feel intimate and personal.