If you're still waiting on an invite to St. George's Chapel for Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's royal wedding on May 19, you may want to consider booking a ticket to Washington, D.C., instead, where you can celebrate the nuptials at a royal wedding–themed pop-up bar.
The bar, from the pop-up masterminds at D.C.'s Drink Company, is meant to make you feel like you've been transported to London on the big day, and they've pulled out all the stops to make it look as close to the real thing as possible.
According to The Washingtonian when you walk in, you'll be greeted by over-the-top flowers, tulle, and a lemon-elderflower cake that has been designed by the British Embassy in accordance with the details of the real royal wedding cake that have been released by Kensington Palace.
Next, there's a room designed to look like the inside of St. George's, with architecturally accurate replicas of the chapel's ceiling rosettes, columns, and stained glass windows. Drink Company also reportedly worked with the British royals' real flagmaker to design its own "Heraldic Standards" that are mounted around the bar. The back of the space is basically selfie heaven: It's been designed to look like the throne room at Buckingham Palace, where royals traditionally have their wedding photos taken. There will also be a fake corgi, and it may or may not feature a few cardboard cut-outs of royals to pose with.
The drink menu is handwritten (though, sadly, not by experienced calligrapher Meghan Markle), and includes "Markle Sparkle" and "When Harry Met Meghan" cocktails, as well as a number of British beers, plus wine from Markle's California hometown. And on your way out, be sure to stop at the bar's mailbox, where Anglophiles can send congratulatory notes to the newlyweds—or, you know, a cocktail-fueled "Why wasn't I invited to the real thing?!" missive.
The bar will be open from May 4 to May 20, with extra special festivities planned for the day of the royal wedding.