Gold invitation cards for the most awaited royal wedding
The decade’s most awaited wedding is just a few months away. Buckingham Palace itself is an epitome of royalty and is going to witness the royal and probably the most elaborated wedding soon.
The invitation for the royal wedding has to be special indeed, which is why the invitations are being embossed in gold with the names of royal couple Prince William and Kate Middleton.
1900 cards has been sent across for the service at Westminster Abbey on April 29 with a post-wedding breakfast invitation included. 40 crowned heads have been personally invited by the HRH Queen of England that includes heads of Middle Eastern countries and Europe.
The conformation of many invitees are already been given such as King of Jordan, the Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi, the Sultan of Oman, the King of Bahrain, the Sultan of Brunei and the King of Saudi Arabia as well as the Emperor of Japan, the King of Malaysia, the King of Tonga and the King of Thailand, who are going to attend the royal wedding to bless the couple. The invitation measures 8in by 6in, beveled, gilded and is stamped with EIIR in gold which has then been burnished.
Further, the expected expenses that include Kate’s dress will cost at least £40,000, cake, or cakes, to feed Westminster’s 2,000 guests could reach anything between £10,000 and £50,000. Flowers to fill the abbey and Buckingham Palace are expected to total between £200,000 and £500,000. The total expense is expected to be £10 million.