If we were Pippa Middleton, we wouldn't have even bothered gifting guests wedding favors at the end of the night, TBH. They already scored a coveted invite to Pippa Middleton's wedding! They got to witness those buzzed-about "I dos," the Duchess of Cambridge's impressive wrangling of her sister's itty bitty bridal party (featuring Prince George and Princess Charlotte), and Meghan Markle and Prince Harry sneaking into the reception. That's a gift enough, in our opinion—no additional personalized picture frame or monogrammed water bottle necessary, thank you very much.
But because Pippa Middleton is, well, Pippa Middleton, she did bestow favors upon her wedding guests—with a familial twist.
Last weekend, on May 20, 2017, Pippa Middleton wed her new hubby, James Matthews, at St. Mark's Englefield. From the bride's Giles Deacon wedding dress to the ultra-private reception, you can read all about the gorgeous, royalty-worthy deets here.
But one big day detail that we're just eating up now is the couple's just-revealed wedding favors, which were courtesy of none other than the bride's brother, James Middleton.
According to UK's Hello! Online, the 350 guests who had attended Pippa's wedding got a sweet treat—marshmallow wedding favors that were stamped with the bride and groom's initials. Yum!
Pippa and Kate Middleton's brother, James, was reportedly the one behind the yummy favors. The professional food entrepreneur DIY'ed the monogrammed marshmallows with his sweets company, Boomf. Ever the helpful bro, James also reportedly provided the personalized cupcakes that were served at the 2011 royal wedding of his eldest sister and Prince William. Oh, the benefits of having a baker in the family...
Sure, not everyone can afford a custom Giles Deacon wedding dress, but if you're looking to copy-cat a piece of Pippa's wedding for your own nupitals, this could be just the thing. You can order similar sweet treats from James Middleton's Wonka-esque company direct from the Boomf website.
You're now one step closer to being royally related!