Take A Look At Pippa Middleton’s Wedding Reception Venue
Pippa Middleton will marry fiancé James Matthews this Saturday. The wedding ceremony will take place at St Mark's Church in Englefield, Berkshire, where the Middleton family previously attended a Christmas service last year. Following this, guests will change their clothes and head over to Carole and Michael Middleton's home to mingle, dine and dance.
Scattered showers are forecast but Pippa, 33, has spared no expense to ensure nothing can ruin the day as she gets hitched to hedge fund manager James Matthews. The reception will be held in a large glass greenhouse that was recently constructed on the property. The structure is more like a palace than a tent, it is approximately 140 feet long and 40 feet wide, was reportedly recently shopped from Belgium and is still being worked on at the Middleton family’s £5 million ($8.7 million) heritage-listed mansion. It can reportedly fit up to 350 people, thereby, if it does rain, all guests will be covered.
Sister Kate Middleton will be at the bash in Bucklebury with Prince William, and Harry, after the ceremony at nearby St Mark’s Church, Englefield. Harry’s girlfriend Meghan Markle is said to be coming to the reception but will miss the ceremony.