Many fans are now thrilled for the forthcoming wedding of Princess Beatrice, 31, and Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, 35, next year. The sister of Princess Eugenie and her fiancé have not released concrete details of the ceremony. But, there have been reports saying that the next royal wedding will be different from the others as it may tear up the rule book.

One of the royal traditions that Princess Beatrice might not apply on her big day with Edoardo is the use of Honiton lace in her wedding dress. Express shared that the use of this bobbin lace during Royal events has been a practice in the family for years. The Honiton lace, which is made in Honiton, Devon, usually sports leaves and floral designs.

The publication noted that it was first used during the baptism of Princess Victoria, who is the eldest daughter of Queen Victoria, in 1841. Even the children of Prince William and Kate Middleton – Prince George, 5, Princess Charlotte, 4, and Prince Louise, 1 – donned the Honiton christening gown. Aside from Princess Victoria, other members of the Royal family who used to  Honiton lace include Princess Alice, Queen Victoria’s second daughter, Princess Helena, Princess Alexandra and Princess Louise.

However, modern members of the Royal clan including Kate Middleton, Princess Diana, Princess Eugenie and Meghan Markle did not use Honiton lace in their wedding dresses. Though it is possible that Princess Beatrice would look for inspiration in her descendants, it is also likely that she would ditch the Honiton lace just like what other the modern brides did during their weddings.

Meanwhile, other reports suggested that Princess Beatrice and Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi’s wedding will also ditch the traditional carriage ride. It was also claimed that the reception will not be at Windsor Castle. However, the sister of Princess Eugenie, allegedly, told her close pals that she is considering the Royal Lodge at Windsor as the wedding venue.

Royal commentator Ingrid Seward, previously, revealed to Hello! Magazine that Princess Beatrice and Edoardo are likely to tie the knot in spring or summer next year. Unlike Prince William and Prince Harry, the York sisters were not required to ask permission to settle down from Queen Elizabeth.