From the gorgeous Windsor setting to the unexpected sunny weather (not to mention how loved up the pair looked), it certainly looked like the stars aligned for the couple on their wedding day.
But now Harry and Meghan have revealed that there was one small detail that went awry on the morning of the wedding.
Providing an audio recording for a new exhibition showcasing their official Royal Wedding outfits, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex shared their disappointment with a specific aspect of the day.
Explaining how they share a small garden together, Meghan revealed how "on the morning of the wedding Harry went in and he picked some flowers to go in my bouquet."
She added: "Which was really beautiful and something that makes it sentimental and really meaningful."
But while the couple were lucky to enjoy clear sunny skies on the day of their May wedding, the weather in the weeks leading up to the special occasion played havoc with their beloved garden.
Revealing how his romantic plan to add their own selection of flowers didn't quite go to plan, Prince Harry added: "We didn't have as many flowers as we had hoped because I think it snowed at Easter!
"That kind of ruined the whole thing."
Kensington Palace later confirmed that Meghan's bouquet included the wildflowers that Prince Harry picked himself along with spring blossoms, sweet peas, lily of the valley and jasmine which were assembled by the florist Philippa Craddock.
The couple also paid tribute to Princess Diana with Meghan's bouquet by featuring forget-me-nots which are believed to have been her favourite flower.
After the Royal Wedding, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex ensured the bouquets got a good home by donating their flowers to St Joseph's Hospice in London.
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