Family & Relationships Guess Who's Not Invited to Pippa Middleton's Wedding

18:35  06 april  2017
18:35  06 april  2017 Source:   SheKnows

See Duchess Kate and Pippa Middleton as Bridesmaids at 1991 Wedding

  See Duchess Kate and Pippa Middleton as Bridesmaids at 1991 Wedding The two sisters were 9 and 7 when they served as bridesmaids for their uncle at his 1991 wedding.The sisters served as bridesmaids in the 1991 family wedding, donning shiny pink gowns with short puffy sleeves and floral crowns, according to a video obtained by the Daily Mail.

Pippa Middleton ' s wedding is less than two months away — here' s what we know. While Kate invited nearly 2,000 guests to her nuptials, Pippa is thought to be nipping her guest list to a "mere" 400.

Call it royal wedding -adjacent: Pippa Middleton ' s nuptials to James Matthews are the most anticipated since her sister Kate said her vows six years ago. Meghan Markle is not invited . We're still more than a little bummed that Pippa isn't marrying Prince Harry.

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Call it royal wedding-adjacent: Pippa Middleton's nuptials to James Matthews are the most anticipated since her sister Kate said her vows six years ago. We've got the deets on Pippa's dress, her venue, her guest list, her wedding party and even what kind of champagne will be flowing.

Her gown will be very different from Kate's

Pippa has none of the restrictions Kate had to deal with when searching for her perfect gown: She doesn't have to look the part of demure virginal princess, for example, nor does the fate of the entire British fashion industry rest on her (possibly) lace-covered shoulders. Designer Giles Deacon was spotted at Pippa's house with armfuls of dresses last November, and his Instagram feed is full of clues about the shape her gown may be taking, based on his other designs. It remains to be seen whether Pippa's butt will be the focus of this dress, as it was at her sister's wedding.

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Her venue is a bit smaller than Westminster Abbey

Pippa's ceremony will be held on May 20 at St. Mark's Church in Englefield, Berkshire — a modest little country church close to her parents' house, where her reception will be held. It's a lovely venue, and the ceremony definitely will not be broadcast to nearly every country in the world. While Kate invited nearly 2,000 guests to her nuptials, Pippa is thought to be nipping her guest list to a "mere" 400.

Meghan Markle is not invited

We're still more than a little bummed that Pippa isn't marrying Prince Harry. Maybe she is, too, because we hear that Harry's current princess-wannabe is not invited to this shindig. But it's nothing personal — the couple is just enforcing a strict "no ring, no bring" policy for dates to keep the guest list in check.

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Kate won't be her matron of honor

It's a bit surprising, since Pippa and Kate are like peas and carrots, but Kate probably won't stand up for her sister at the wedding like Pippa did at the royal wedding. Reason? Kate doesn't want to steal the show the way Pippa's butt did on her own special day. "Kate would upstage her sister," royal expert Judy Wade told People. "If your sister is a future queen, she is going to upstage the bride and draw attention. Kate would want to be in the background as much as possible."

Kate may join their brother James for a reading, though, and we're still holding our breath for George as a ring bearer or Charlotte as a flower girl!

Bottles will be popped — lots of them

No red cups here, and you can forget the modern boho farm vibe while you're at it.

"It will be blingtastic," a source close to the couple told The Mirror. "The best champagne, Krug or Bollinger, and a specially devised champagne cocktail. Pippa and James have a penchant for Blanc de Noir Tillington 2009 from Nyetimber at £75 a bottle — and wonderful food. No expense will be spared. This isn't a bangers-and-mash, sitting-on-hay-bales affair. Pippa is hardly a floaty bohemian type."

What Do Wedding Bells Symbolize?

  What Do Wedding Bells Symbolize? Yes, churches have bells that are often rung as the newlyweds make their way back up the aisle, but is that all those bells mean? =The symbolism of wedding bells is actually two separate types of bells, though both ideas come from ancient Celtic and Irish history. The first is church bells. In historic times, bells were believed to ward off evil spirits, so newlyweds would be blessed with the loud ringing of bells. Start a marriage without evil spirits? Sounds good to us! The ringing of bells was also used as a way to spread news across long distances, so bells after a wedding let the whole area know that the couple was now happily married.

Meghan Markle could reportedly be blocked from attending Pippa Middleton ' s wedding . Pippa , 33, is set to marry her hedge-fund boss beau James Matthews in May, but rumours have surfaced that Prince Harry' s actress girlfriend Meghan might not be getting an invite because she could steal the limelight.

Pippa Middleton ' s backside caused a stir after her appearance at her sister Kate' s wedding to Prince William. Many royal observers wondered if Pippa , 33, would make an exception to the “no ring, no bring” policy and invite Meghan, who has been dating Harry for more than six months.

Only a little less than two months to go until those wedding bells ring! We can’t wait to see the pics!

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