It has been revealed by Kensington Palace that floral designer Philippa Craddock has been chosen to create the royal wedding church flowers.
"Meghan has made an excellent choice in Philippa Craddock," says Brides Magazine Editor Jade Beer.
"She is one of the very best in the business which is why we trust her to create the bouquets for our covers and why she has styled some of the most complex floral shoots to have ever graced our pages.
She has an encyclopedic knowledge of her craft, is known for creating very chic and pretty displays that somehow manage to look so effortless and also happens to be one of the loveliest people to work with. Her displays for Brides The Show are always among the most popular with all of our brides-to-be."
With a focus on locally sourced foliage and in-season flowers, the floral displays at St George's Chapel are set to include peonies, white garden roses and foxgloves, as well as foliage from birch, beech and hornbeam.
"The designs will reflect the wild and natural landscapes from which many of the plants will be drawn," reports Kensington Palace.
Interestingly, it's not just flowers and foliage that's important to the royal couple, but also bees. The floral designs will also incorporate pollinator-friendly plants supplied from The Royal Parks.
"These plants provide a great habitat for bees and help to nurture and sustain entire ecosystems by promoting a healthy and biodiverse environment."
After the wedding, Prince Harry and Meghan have arrange for the flowers to be distributed to charitable organisations.
See all of Philippa Craddock's floral designs that have appeared in Brides Magazine.