If you weren't one of the 1,200 members of the public to score an invite to Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank's royal wedding on October 12th, not to worry—you can now celebrate at home with a set commemorative china.
On Friday, the Royal Collection Trust released images of the couple's commemorative china, which also marked the debut of their joint monogram. The collection includes a tankard, a plate, a pillbox, and a miniature teacup—as well as a few non-china items, like a wedding shortbread and tea towel. The entire line retails for under £25, which means you can mark their big day in royal style without having to break the bank (though, it's worth noting, International shipping may cost you a pretty pence).
The bone-colored china features 22-karat gold piping and a blue and white floral design, as well as Eugenie and Jack's individual and joint monograms. As royal blogger Gert's Royals points out, per Town and Country, Princess Eugenie's monogram has a crown on it because she is part of the royal family, but Jack's solo "J" and their joint initials do not.
"The exclusive design shows a monogram surmounted by the coronet of Princess Eugenie, alongside their conjoined monogram," the Royal Collection Trust details on their website. "The garlands of ivy are woven with traditional English wild bluebells, forget-me-nots, and the white rose of York."
According to Harper's Bazaar, the decision to include these particular flowers was a personal one. The ivy is said to represent their home at the Ivy Cottage at Kensington Palace, and the white rose of York is believed to be a tribute to Eugenie's father, Prince Andrew, Duke of York.
For their own royal wedding back in May, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry also had a collection of commemorative homeware (which is still on sale at the Royal Collection Trust's website). Their pattern was baby blue with white and gold detailing, and included a decorative border inspired by the doors at St. George's Chapel, where the wedding was held.
While we're still unsure as to whether or not Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank's big day will be broadcast on this side of the pond (our fingers our crossed!), there's no doubt it will be an affair to remember—and now, you can be the proud owner of the perfect dish set to remember it by.