We’re still anxious to hear more about Kate Middleton’s gown (Which designer will she choose? What will it look like?), but in the mean time we’ll have to be contented with some further details about the ceremony itself. On April 29th, Kate will arrive at Westminster Abbey in a car, not a carriage. The Archbishop of Canterbury (Rowan Williams) will perform the ceremony, and the Bishop of London (Richard Chartres) will give an address. After the ceremony, the married couple will take to the streets of London in a carriage, passing several important monuments during a Processional Route to Buckingham Palace. Queen Elizabeth will be hosting a private reception at the palace followed by a private dinner and dancing hosted by Prince Charles. Keep checking back here as more plans for the Royal Wedding unfold!