Recently news made to the media about the alleged saying of Pippa Middleton, the sister of Duchess of Cambridge, about bringing a second set of the dress by the guests. But was it really said? Or is it a new trend? we will be trying to debunk that in the current session.
Now it’s just ten days until Pippa Middleton’s wedding to her fiance James Matthews. But more than that, the most surprising rumor yet to percolate about the event seeped through Twitter.
According to the social media rumor mill, yesterday the guests at the Duchess of Cambridge’s sister’s wedding have been asked to bring a second outfit for the reception.
Whether or not the request is true is not known as of yet. It may just have been a rumor or maybe the true saying, but the official response from the marriage team has not been out yet.
Reaction and Response
The reaction and response regarding the rumor are varying.
“Is this a trend?”
Guests at #pippamiddleton‘s wedding have been asked to take second outfit for reception. Is this a trend? Sounds like a bore to me
While it isn’t unusual for brides to change into something more comfortable later, most agree that it “a tad ridiculous and over the top” to ask guests to think about a second-tier ensemble too.
It has also kicked off more questions than answers about the merits of multiple outfit changes at nuptials. And, considering it’s hard enough to nail the perfect one outfit for a high-profile society wedding if all of Pippa’s 150 guests have been asked to bring a change of clothes for later, there are a few more questions most of the people would like answered.
Where to get changed?
Can the price tag be kept in?
How should no.2 be pitched?
Is there a coat rack in the church/reception?
Is there hanging space?
What about a theme?
Pippa Middleton will marry James Matthews on Saturday, 20 May in her local village church.
There were some suppositions that Pippa would be marrying James at his hunting lodge in Scotland or have an opulent bash in London. But traditional Pippa, 33, has chosen quaint St Mark’s Church in Englefield, Berkshire.
As per the church’s website, the pretty venue will consist of a tower and a spire, nave, south aisle, chancel, and north aisle. It was extensively restored by Sir George Gilbert Scott in 1857 and the tower was added 11 years later in a 13th-century style.
Around 150 guests are expected to attend the ceremony. While some estimates have gone as high as 350, they are still a far cry from Kate and Willam’s 1,900-strong extravaganza in 2011.
Pippa Middleton is an English socialite, author, and columnist. She is the younger sister of Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge. Pippa began receiving media attention with her appearance as the maid of honor at her sister’s wedding to Prince William back in 2011. More Bio…