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Here's How to Personally Congratulate Prince Harry and Meghan Markle on Their Wedding

You can officially send a bespoke note to the royal bride and groom.

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Christmas Morning
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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle may not want physical wedding presents from adoring fans (charitable donations only!), but they never said anything about cards. If you're interested in sending the royal couple a handwritten note expressing your well-wishes, Smythson, the official stationer of Queen Elizabeth and the holder of three Royal warrants, will help you. 

 

Starting today, May 10, the paper and leather goods company is inviting royal wedding fans in the U.K. and across to the pond to visit their flagship stores in London and New York City to pen a congratulatory note (on the bespoke paper designed specifically for the occasion seen below) to the couple of the hour. After the wedding, Smythson will bind and personally deliver the cards to the couple's office, thanks to their direct connection to Kensington Palace. This means that your sentiment is absolutely guaranteed to reach Harry and Meghan's residence.

 

Related: This Is What Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's Wedding Invitations Look Like

 

The only catch? You either have to live in or be able to travel to one of the participating stores. If you are able to take part, you'll have until Sunday, May 20th, to craft your personalized message before Smythson begins preparing the papers for the bride and groom.

 

Since actually attending the wedding is out of the cards for the majority of us, this offers a sweet way for the everyday person, British subject or not, to take part in Harry and Meghan's big day. We have a feeling that the couple, despite their aversion to lavish gifts, will more than appreciate this one.