The bridesmaids’ and page boys’ outfits have also been designed by Clare Waight Keller of Givenchy.
The bridesmaids’ dresses are designed with the same “timeless purity” of Meghan’s wedding dress and are made with Ivory silk Radzimir.
The dresses are high-waisted and feature puff sleeves with a double silk ribbon tied at the back.
Each bridesmaid is wearing a pair of white leather Aquazurra shoes that have their initials and the wedding date monogrammed on the bottom, and are meant to be gifts to each of the girls from Meghan.
Atop each of their heads is a floral crown designed by the wedding florist Philippa Craddock, mimicking Meghan’s bridal bouquet.
The bridesmaids are Princess Charlotte of Cambridge, Florence van Cutsem, Remi Litt, Rylan Litt, Ivy Mulroney, and Zalie Warren.
The page boys are wearing miniature uniforms of the Blues and Royals frockcoat, which Prince Harry and Prince William are also wearing today.
Their frockcoats are also made of single-breasted blue doeskin with the stand-up collar and figured braiding in the Blues and Royals’ pattern. The braiding is scaled down as to not overwhelm the uniforms. Kensington Palace notes that if it had been made in the correct size, it would have gone over the page boys’ shoulders.
Their pants are blue/black wool barathea and feature scarlet stripes and a leather strap.
Each page boy has his initials embroidered on the shoulder straps of their frock coats as a memento of the day. Kensington Palace has announced that they are not wearing hats or belts “for practical reasons.”
The page boys’ uniforms were created by Dege & Skinner, tailors who have a shop on Savile Row.
The page boys are Prince George of Cambridge, Jasper Dyer, Brian Mulroney, and John Mulroney.