Royal Vegan Wedding


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If you were like the millions of people who tuned in to watch Prince Harry wed former actress Meghan Markle, then you know that today is their one month marriage anniversary. For those who chose sleep over watching the Royal Wedding, the now Duke and Dutchess of Sussex were married on May 19th at the beautiful Windsor Castle in Windsor, England.

Although you may not have the forty plus million dollar budget like Prince Harry and Meghan, you still deserve to feel like royalty on your special day. In honor of their one month anniversary we are helping you replicate the Royal Wedding and turning it into your very own Royal Vegan Wedding.

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For the ceremony, Meghan wore a modern and timeless wedding dress designed by acclaimed British designer Clare Waight Keller for Givenchy.

For our dress inspiration, we looked at Paris designer Maison Rime Arodaky. As a supporter of animal rights, Maison Rime Arodaky does not use any animal skin, nor test on animals in the making of her creations. They only work with suppliers and partners who share their vision of a cruelty-free business model.


MADDEN by Rime Arodaky
Off shoulder bodycon crepe and plumetis gown.
3/4 sleeves with large ruffles in plumetis and organza.
Low, round back held by a drapped plumetis bandeau.

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SUKI by Rime Arodaky

Adjusted dress in crepe and floral embroidered tulle. 3/4 sleeves, crepe cowl back and removable train in embroidered tulle.

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ADELE by Rime Arodaky

High waist dress in crepe and Italian cotton guipure, long sleeves & boat neck. Detailed work on guipure on the shoulders & the backless side of the dress.



Prince Harry looked dapper as headed to his wedding reception hand in hand with his beautiful bride.

To recreate this look, we looked at vegan suit designer Brave Gentleman and paired it with a black non silk bow tie by  Jaan L.


The Black Twill Tuxedo Jacket is made in New York City with an organic cotton twill milled in India, and an upcycled polyester charmeuse lapel. Lining is made in charcoal, light organic cotton batiste.


100% Woven Poly Microfiber


Picture: EPA
Picture: EPA

Prince Harry paid a beautiful tribute to his mother with the engagement ring he designed and gave to Meghan Markle. The two outside diamonds were from the personal collection of Princess Diana. The center diamond was from Botswana, a country that holds special significance for Harry who has visited many times since he was a child.


Since the majority of us don’t have access to Princess Diana’s Collection, don’t fret Meghan Markle’s engagement ring look is easy to achieve with this ethical ring by James Allen. Like Prince Harry, you can custom design your engagement ring to resemble Meghan Markle’s ring.

The ring pictured is a 18K Yellow Gold three stone diamond engagement ring.


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Image Source: Getty / WPA Pool

Who could forget Prince Harry and Meghan’s first kiss as a married couple with a backdrop like this? In order to recreate their arch we took a look at boutique London florist, All for Love. They are dedicated to producing beautiful Event and Wedding flowers.

Photo by Heledd Roberts, Photography
Photo by Heledd Roberts, Photography
Photo by Heledd Roberts, Photography
Photo by Heledd Roberts, Photography

Wishing the Duke and Dutchess of Sussex a lifetime of happiness as they celebrate their one month anniversary and hope you are inspired to create your own Royal Vegan Wedding.

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