You know that floral-patterned china your future mother-in-law persuaded you to register for? Well, time to cross it off your list and replace it with Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's official wedding china. Yes, official commemorative plates and glassware in honor of the royal wedding now exists and is available for purchase. Who needs dainty rose buds when you can have Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's monikers staring out at you from your china cabinet?
The royal wedding commemorative china features the initials of the bride and groom, along with (appropriately) a crown, ribbon, and white lacy detailing. In a pretty periwinkle hue, it can even double as your something blue! "This official commemorative china celebrates the marriage of Prince Harry and Ms. Meghan Markle on 19th May 2018 at St. George's Chapel, Windsor Castle," reads the description of the collection on the Buckingham Palace Shop Instagram. "The exclusive design shows a monogram surmounted by the coronet of Prince Harry, and tied together with white ribbons.
The decorative borders are inspired by the mid-thirteenth century Gilebertus doors at St. George's Chapel."
With prices ranging from £19.95 (around $28) to £49 (around $69), the collection includes everything from plates to mugs to keepsake boxes and is "made from English fine bone china...using traditional methods unchanged for 250 years," according to the Buckingham Palace Shop Instagram. Proceeds from purchases of the collection will also go to the Royal Collection Trust, a British charity that focuses on financing U.K. exhibitions, publications, loans, and educational programs.
Need another reason to buy? It's just the fancy-schmancy glassware you need to impress your guests at your royal wedding viewing party. (Shop everything you need to throw one here!)
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's official wedding china is available for purchase (with worldwide shipping!) on the Royal Collection website, and, if you're across the pond, at the Royal Collection Trust shops located at the Queen's Gallery, Buckingham Palace, Windsor Castle, and the Palace of Holyroodhouse.