Britain's Prince Harry will marry his fiancée, Suits actress Meghan Markle, at Windsor Chapel on Saturday, May 19 and while we weren't invited, we're still going to celebrate with our own party. Check out our suggestions below for souvenirs, gear and decorations, but first, some fun facts about the happy couple and this fancy wedding.

Britain's Prince Harry will marry his fiancée, Suits actress Meghan Markle, at Windsor Chapel on Saturday, May 19 and while we weren’t invited, we’re still going to celebrate with our own party. Check out our suggestions below for souvenirs, gear and decorations, but first, some fun facts about the happy couple and this fancy wedding. 

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How did they meet?

The couple met on a blind date in London back in the summer of 2016. Just a few weeks later they went on a trip to Botswana. If you don’t have a pal to fix you up like Harry and Meghan did, pick up a copy of Single, Dating, Engaged, Married: Navigating Life and Love in the Modern Age by Ben Stuart. Thinking about going to Botswana? Get the Lonely Planet guide to Botswana and Namibia. 

Where is the wedding?

St. George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle. Built in the h14th century, the chapel seats 800 and knights, residents of Windsor Castle, and residents of the College of St George as well as the royals can marry there. Learn more about this lovely chapel in St. George’s Chapel, Windsor by Nigel Saul and Tim Tatton-Brown

I don’t have an invitation, so how can I see it?

The whole wedding will be streamed live on NBC’s “Today” as well as on PBS and CBS. You can also see it streaming on various news websites, including the NYTimes.com. The members of the royal family will begin to arrive at 6:20 am EST

Where will they honeymoon?

According to Travel and Leisure, they’ll go to the southern African nation of Namibia. Pick up a copy of the Rough Guide to Namibia, which the happy royal couple will certainly not be using. Royals rough it? No way. 

Will the two (now three) littlest and cutest Royals be involved in the wedding?

Prince George (4) and Princess Charlotte (2) will be page boy and girl just like they did for their aunt Pippa’s wedding. Little Prince Louis might be too young for this one. 

Who made Meghan’s dress?

It’s a secret, but many think it’s from Ralph & Russo, the house that made her dress for her engagement portraits. Can’t afford couture? We love these wedding dresses, many at under $200

Who’s making the cake and what is it?

Pastry chef Claire Ptak, owner of London’s Violet Cakes is making a lemon elderflower cake with the flavors of spring, all decorated with fresh flowers. Find cake decorating supplies to make your own fancy cake at home and find fun toppers for any occasion.

Who’s the entertainment for the wedding and then afterwards?

St. George's Chapel choir and an orchestra will play all the classical stuff as well as soprano Elin Manahan Thomas. Cellist Sheku Kanneh-Mason will also perform and he’s only 19! It’s a secret, but all five members of The Spice Girls are going to the wedding, so, we’re thinking they’ll perform and maybe Elton John, a favorite and friend of Princess Diana. Or so the rumors say!

Pick up some Spice Girls for your Royal Wedding party along with plenty of Elton John.

Having a Royal Wedding Watch breakfast for that live stream on May 19? Get a few commemorative wedding mugs festooned with Harry and Meghan’s image.  

We also like this reusable commemorative shopping bag for when you want to go pick up a big bag of potato chips from the market in style and these Royal Wedding paper cocktail napkins will be perfect for wiping your chin after scarfing down deviled eggs.  Harry and Meghan didn’t invite you to the wedding? Invite them to your party with this life-sized cardboard cutout of the happy couple.