Friday all eyes will be on Prince William and his bride to be Kate Middleton.
The Royal wedding has sparked a royal frenzy in Great Britain.
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It will be a big day for Prince William and Kate Friday, but Thursday night a very happy William took time to greet well wishers camped out waiting for the royal wedding.
While secrecy has surrounded the big day a few details are out.
Like what kind of cake will be served?
There will be two.
Kate went for a traditional white-iced fruitcake while William requested a childhood favorite, a chocolate biscuit cake.
How will people be seated in the church?
The couple will say their vows in an area of West Minster Abbey called the sacrarium, close to them will be the Royals and Kate's family and friends.
Princess Diana's family with be behind them.
Politicians, diplomats and other foreign dignitaries will sit on William's side.
There is also space for the choir and faith representatives, but Kate and William will be surrounded on all sides by friends.
What kind of flowers will be used for decoration?
Some 100,000 flowers will be used for decorating the Palace and Westminster Abbey.
The Abbey has been remade into a blooming forest, with six field maples and two hornbeams lining the aisle to the altar.
"Catherine wanted everything to be seasonal British elegant, understated all things you would expect of Catherine," said Shane Connolly, the florist.
Fresh flowers from the Royal Estate are also being used, in fact the Queen said it was okay to raid the Royal Gardens and use rhododendron and wisteria.
After the wedding the plants will go to the public gardens and the flowers will be given to charities.