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It's time for canapes! What will the wedding party be having for lunch?

Royal wedding cakeFiona Cairns with the wedding cake she designed for the royal wedding. Photo: PA

We've had the wedding, so now what?

The Queen is currently hosting a reception at Buckingham Palace for 650 members of the wedding congregation. Guests will enjoy a selection of canapés, Pol Roger NV Brut Réserve Champagne and two, yes two wedding cakes. There will be an eight-tiered creation made with 17 individual fruit cakes from Fiona Cairns and a chocolate biscuit cake made by Mcvities at the special request of Prince William.

The congregation won't go hungry as 10,000 canapés have also been made by a team of 21 chefs, led by Royal Chef Mark Flanagan. Clarence House have announced that the selection includes:

- Cornish Crab Salad on Lemon Blini
- Pressed Duck Terrine with Fruit Chutney
- Roulade of Goats Cheese with Caramelised Walnuts
- Assortment of Palmiers and Cheese Straws
- Scottish Smoked Salmon Rose on Beetroot Blini
- Miniature Watercress and Asparagus Tart
- Poached Asparagus spears with Hollandaise Sauce for Dipping
- Quails Eggs with Celery Salt
- Scottish Langoustines with Lemon Mayonnaise Pressed Confit of Pork Belly with Crayfish and Crackling
- Wild Mushroom and Celeriac Chausson
- Bubble and Squeak with Confit Shoulder of Lamb
- Grain Mustard and honey-glazed Chipolatas
- Smoked Haddock Fishcake with Pea Guacamole
- Miniature Yorkshire Pudding with Roast Fillet of Beef and Horseradish Mousse
- Gateau Opera
- Blood Orange Pate de Fruit
- Raspberry Financier
- Rhubarb Crème Brulee Tartlet
- Passion Fruit Praline
- White Chocolate Ganache Truffle
- Milk Chocolate Praline with Nuts
- Dark Chocolate Ganache Truffle

The list is long, but the royal feast sounds delicious. Let's hope that no one spills anything on the dress.

The wedding party will be served canapés at the lunchtime reception. Photo: Getty Images