In case you were desperately wondering what an invite to Prince William and Kate Middleton's wedding would look like, wonder no more!
We got the photo and the deets to go along with it.
Well, it looks pretty much how you'd expect: 10 in. by 6 in. thick white cardstock, gilded edges and of course, gold lettering.
On the very top you see Queen Elizabeth's emblem in gold. The invitations, sent in the Queen's name, read, "The Lord Chamberlain has been commanded by the Queen to invite" the guest to the marriage at Westminster Abbey at 11 a.m. on April 29.
A whopping 1,900 invitations were sent, ranging the guest list from kings to charity leaders, to close family and university friends, old schoolmates and prime ministers around the world. Everyone you could imagine, in fact, except for the Duchess of York.
And in case you're also wondering what people are expected to wear to this event, male guests are asked to wear military uniform, a tailcoat or a business suit. As for the ladies, well, look ladylike.