Like a truly modern couple, Catherine Middleton and Prince William have been very involved in planning their wedding, including all its little details. I was particularly tickled to see that they're even choosing the hymns and music that'll be sung or played at their ceremony, says the official website.
There aren't a lot of details yet, but their selection will include a mix of the classic, well-known pieces and brand-new, specially commissioned ones. The Queens' composer (of course she has one!) has been asked to create something with a Scottish feel, as a nod to where the royal romance began.
The musicians have been announced, too. Kate and William are tapping the Choir of Westminster Abbey, and a Fanfare Team from the Central Band of the Royal Air Force will be performing.
And another piece of musical news: The Daily Mail reports Kate's piano teacher wrote and recorded a song for her (and William). It probably won't show up in the ceremony, though. Perhaps it'll be played during the reception?
Speaking of the Queen's reception, the Official Harpist to HRH The Prince of Wales will definitely be plucking up a tune.
What music will you have at your ceremony? And at your reception (any ABBA tunes?)?