By the time the official pictures from Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's May 2018 royal wedding were released, we knew everything there was to know about the nuptials from Meghan's wedding dress details to how many eggs made the royal wedding cake. Later revealed, though, was what the wedding venue was scented with! Luxury Parisian fragrance house Diptyque – famed for its stunningly scented candles – was the brand responsible for scenting out St. George's Chapel.
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The selection of fresh floral fragrances was personally chosen by Prince Harry and Meghan and the refreshing room sprays and candles totally enhanced the stunning surroundings as they said they vows. Although it is not known exactly which exact fragrance was used, it’s exciting to know that you can purchase the same brand loved by the new Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
St. George's Chapel looked beautiful during the royal wedding
A representative for the brand revealed: "We would like to express our sincere congratulations to Their Royal Highnesses The Duke and Duchess of Sussex on their wedding. We were delighted to help scent their special day"
Diptyque classic candle set, £75, John Lewis
The luxury high-end brand is always at the top of many beauty bloggers’ shopping lists with their stunning candles retailing at £47. Its also easy to spritz up your home with the equally luxe room sprays in scents like tuberose.
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Diptyque Room Spray in Tubereuse, £47, John Lewis
The Duchess of Cambridge is also a huge fan of sumptuous scents and famously had Jo Malone's Orange Blossom candles lit in Westminster Abbey during her wedding to Prince William in April 2011.
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The crisp, fresh orange scent created a luxurious and opulent atmosphere inside Westminster Abbey as the royal pair exchanged their vows, and has proved popular with legions of brides on their special day ever since.
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