After the royal wedding ceremony at Windsor Castle, the party continued later that evening at Frogmore House — and guests who were invited were given a whimsical invitation to get them in the door.
The invitation featured a calligraphy-like script — a fitting touch, as Meghan Markle herself used to do calligraphy as a side gig when she was in the early days of her acting career. She even did the calligraphy for Robin Thicke and Paula Patton’s wedding invitations back in 2005 — which means it’s possible that Meghan did the calligraphy on her own reception invitations!
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In the script, the invitation reads “M&H” on the top, followed by the date and locale of their evening reception: Saturday, 19th May 2018, Frogmore House. Below that, there is a whimsical illustration of Frogmore House and the line “information for the evening celebrations,” also done in calligraphy.
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Prince Charles hosted the evening reception that was attended by 200 of Meghan and Harry’s closest friends — including Figueras, Priyanka Chopra and Serena Williams. For the occasion, Harry wore a sleek black tuxedo while Meghan changed into a silk halter dress custom-made for the evening by Stella McCartney.