Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank's wedding is just a month away, so we knew the invitations had already gone out, but we had no idea what their stationery suite looked like. Until now. According to Vanity Fair, the couple chose a very traditional set of invites for their October 2018 nuptials.
A photo of the invite, which Vanity Fair exclusively received, shows that Eugenie and Jack went with a white suite embossed in black. Other details include a royal insignia at the top and a classic script font. If you look closely, you'll see the couple's dress code clearly stated at the bottom, and it's entirely different than what Prince Harry and Meghan Markle (who wed at the same venue, St. George's Chapel, in May of this year) requested of their guests. So, what will attendees at Eugenie and Jack's nuptials wear? "Morning Coat / Day Dress with Hat," their stationery dictates.
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At Harry and Meghan's wedding, the attire request was dress uniform, which meant a morning coat or lounge suit for the men and a day dress and hat for the ladies. Hello! reports that this means Eugenie and Jack's wedding will be slightly more formal, at least in terms of the attire. That's not the only difference between the two stationery suites: The Duke and Duchess of Sussex chose an invitation that was horizontally-oriented and featured a gold motif at the top and matching beveled edges.
Plus, the number of invitations necessary for each event was staggeringly different. Eugenie and Jack have reportedly sent 850 invitations—which is 250 more than her cousin mailed for his big day. But don't expect Eugenie's wedding to be a hard copy of Harry's. She and Jack are doing things their own way, even adding a full second day of partying with a festival-inspired reception on Saturday.