St. James' Palace launched the official Royal Wedding website on Wednesday. Right now, the site has tabs for The Service, The Procession, The Reception and general Background info...and according to the first blog post:
The website will be regularly updated with exclusive content, including photo galleries, features, videos and links to important information for visitors on the day.
The website will bring together all of the official social media around the event, including the Clarence House and Buckingham Palace Flickr account, Twitter (@Clarence House), The Royal Channel on YouTube and the British Monarchy Facebook page, providing direct easy access to all channels of communication. Subject to further planning work, the website may feature a live web stream broadcast of the wedding itself.
And the thing we're most excited about? The site will be the very first place to see the details of Kate's wedding dress on the big day. Hey, they know what the people want!
***For more royal wedding news, visit our Royal Wedding Big News page.***
It seems like the Royal Wedding has been all 2.0 from the start. Prince William and Kate's engagement was announced on Twitter in November, and they used the microblogging site again last month to announce who would be the Maid of Honor, Bridesmaids, Best Man and Page Boy.
Take a look at the site and tell us what you think in the comments.