The Telegraph has also assembled a list of the 'notable' guests, from celebrities (like Posh Spice) to the relatives and exes who are most likely to be a source of embarrassment.
Looking for a party? The Telegraph has you covered. In the daytime, evening, or on the TV, you can find an event near you. Well, near-ish… if you’re in England.
You want apps? We’ve got apps
The Official Royal Collection app celebrates of 'some of the key weddings of members of the British Royal Family that have taken place over the last 150 years,' which makes you wonder what the 'not key' weddings were (ahem, Fergie & Andrew, we’re talking to you).
Lonely Planet has a free walking tour app of the 2km route from Westminster Abbey to Buckingham Palace. Narrated by Clare Corbett, the app includes maps and travel commentary, along with audio excerpts from the BBC archives.
Looking for more apps? Our friends at Network World have compiled a list of the best and worst royal wedding apps for iOS.
Royal wedding online store
Oddly enough it’s exactly what it sounds like; a store full of merchandise commemorating the marriage. Some unique items include a bedazzled iPhone case, William and Kate bobbleheads, and a replica of Kate Middleton's engagement ring almost guaranteed not to turn your finger green.