Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s wedding is quickly approaching, and fans of the royal couple are trying to learn anything they can about the royal affair ahead of day.

While the couple themselves aren’t sharing too many official details, and likely won’t before they marry, there are still some things fans can count on seeing as the pair becomes husband and wife. Here’s everything we know about the wedding so far.

Where And When They’ll Say ‘I Do’

It’s been no secret that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle would be getting married at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor on May 19, announcements that were confirmed by Kensington Palace shortly after their engagement was announced. However, a time has since also been announced, with the nuptials scheduled to begin at 12 p.m. UK time (7 a.m. EST). In addition, the horse-drawn carriage procession is expected to depart from the castle at 1 p.m. UK time, 8 a.m. EST.

Who Is Paying For The Wedding?

The largest part of the bill for the wedding seems to be covered by the royal family themselves, with Queen Elizabeth expected to cover the core expenses, including the service, the music, flowers, decorations and reception. British taxpayers will also contribute financially in terms of paying for the security that is employed at royal weddings.

In addition, Markle herself may pay for other wedding related expenses like her wedding dress, since tradition has usually seen either the bride or her family cover that cost.

However, as for Markle’s own family members, it is unclear what, or if they will contribute to the cost of the wedding at all.

Who Is (And Is Not) Invited?

While some celebrities like Serena Williams, Jessica Mulroney, Priyanka Chopra, Elton John, and Markle’s former “Suits” co-stars Patrick J. Adams and Gabriel Macht should all expect some invites to the royal wedding, others should definitely not wait for an invitation.

There has never been protocol for elected officials from other countries attending such affairs, so Donald Trump should not expect an invitation as the President of the United States. Though he is friendly with them, Prince Harry is not expected to extend an invite to the former President, Barack Obama, either.

Interestingly, Harry’s ex, Chelsy Davy, could receive an invite, while his other ex, Cressida Bonas, likely won’t.

Some Traditions Will Be Followed

It is expected that while the couple wants to do some things their own way for the wedding, that they will still adhere to certain traditions, especially ones that could potentially be tied back to Harry’s late mother, Diana.

Among the ways tradition could be honored would be the couple receiving Welsh Gold wedding bands and Markle carrying a sprig of myrtle in her wedding bouquet. To potentially honor his mother, she could also follow in Kate Middleton’s footsteps and also include Lily of the Valley in her bouquet as well.

A Dress Designer Has Been Chosen

Much has been made about just who Markle would ask to design her wedding dress, with several designers names thrown in to the mix. From brands and designers she’s been known to previously wear, to others who have unveiled sketches for potential dress ideas, the options have seemed limitless. However, while the designer’s identity has remained a secret, it has been reported that the bride has chosen someone, and even has begun scheduling fittings for her big day as well. However, fans likely won’t learn the designer’s identity until the wedding itself.