The flowers have been chosen, the menus have been drawn up, and only three days remain until the most anticipated event of 2018 unfolds.
The 600 guests attending the nuptials of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle on Saturday - rumoured to include the Spice Girls, Priyanka Chopra and Elton John - have had royal watchers abuzz.
But so too have tales of those left off the guestlist, who will sadly be denied their slice of organic lemon and elderflower wedding cake this weekend.
Here’s a look at those who didn’t make the cut:
Tatler's Most Beautiful Royal was sadly snubbed from the invite list - in spite of being third cousin to the groom-to-be. Her sister, Lady Marina Windsor, also failed to snag an invite, which a friend said the pair had been "surprised" by.
Gabriella and Frederick Windsor
They attended Prince William's bash in 2011, however Lord Frederick Windsor and Lady Gabriella Windsor, the children of the Queen’s cousin, Prince Michael, will not be making their way to St George's chapel this weekend. Being the great-grandchildren of George V and standing on the balcony of Buckingham Palace with the Queen at the Trooping of the Colour last year count for nothing, apparently.
The elder daughter of Prince Richard, Duke of Gloucester, and Birgitte, Duchess of Gloucester has also missed out on a guest list spot along with her husband Gary Lewis - payment in kind, perhaps, for their monarch-free nuptials at Kensington Palace in 2004.
Lady Helen Taylor and Timothy Taylor
Former party girl Lady Helen Taylor, the only daughter of Prince Edward, Duke of Kent, and her husband must have failed to charm the prospective Duke and Duchess of Sussex-to-be, possibly due to the ex-Gordonstoun pupil's admission that "the trouble with me and parties is I like to be in bed at 10:30." Rock on, Lady Helen.
Duchess Sarah Ferguson
Duchess Sarah Ferguson, or Fergie to you and I, has reportedly been snubbed from the second more private wedding reception. Her ex-husband, Prince Andrew, and children, Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie, did receive invitations. One can only imagine what head-topping creations they'll sport this time around.
Prince Michael of Kent
The Queen's first cousin won't be at Saturday's "slimmed down" proceedings, which will host less than half the guests 1,900 guests who attended the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's union at Westminster Abbey.
Princess Alexandra is the second child and only daughter of the late Duke and Duchess of Kent, and cousin to The Queen, with whom she was seen dining out at Bellamy's in recent years.