Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have announced their wedding flowers As the countdown to the royal wedding ramps up, details of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle ’s May 19 nuptials are being released one tantalizing tidbit at a time. The latest news to hit headlines concerns the couple’s choice of florist for their big day, an honor that falls on London-based florist Philippa Craddock. The veteran florist will design the arrangements for both the much-anticipated ceremony in St. George’s Chapel at Westminster Abbey and the afternoon reception in St. George’s Hall. According to an Instagram post earlier this month, Craddock will be using “plenty of locally sourced greenery and seasonal flowers,” including “peonies, garden roses, and foxgloves,” for the ceremony. Additionally, Craddock will specifically incorporate white garden roses into Markle’s wedding bouquet in what is assumed to be a tribute to the late Princess Diana ; they were known to be her favorites. According to Kensington Palace, the arrangements will “reflect the wild and natural landscapes from which many of the plants will be drawn,” with an emphasis on sustainability, as evidenced by the “pollinator-friendly plants” that will also be a part of the much-anticipated royal affair: “These plants provide a great habitat for bees and help to sustain healthy and biodiverse ecosystems.” To cap off the embodiment of the happy couple’s do-good nature, it was also revealed that the pair plan to donate the flowers from their ceremony to charity following their big day. It has not yet been announced, however, which organizations will receive the blooms. As for Meghan Markle’s own bouquet, per tradition the former Suits star will most likely lay it upon the grave of the unknown warrior in Westminster Abbey.