There's only days to go until millions of us tune in to watch Prince Harry and Meghan Markle say 'I do'.

The service will be broadcast from St George’s Chapel in the grounds of Windsor Castle at 12pm on Saturday.

To mark the occasion, a number of events are being held in Dorset:

* Brewery Square in Dorchester will be showing the wedding on the big screen.

As a part of the celebrations, visitors will be able to enjoy fresh cream teas and cupcakes provided by Curiositea and Curious Cupcakes.

Morrish and Banham Wine Merchant will also be supplying takeaway glasses of Prosecco.

Charlotte Spracklen, centre manager for Brewery Square, said: “We’re excited to get involved with the royal wedding celebrations, and are so thankful to Curiositea, Morrish and Banham, and Curious Cupcakes for providing the refreshments on the day. We’d like to wish the royal couple all the best for their special day. ”

The celebrations will begin at 11am.

* Fairfield House Nursing Home on Putton Lane in Chickerell will also be hosting celebrations for the Royal wedding.

From 2pm onwards on Saturday the home will be hosting celebrations for its residents and their families.

* Sandringham Court in Dorchester will also be hosting a party for residents and their families on Saturday.

* A street part has been organised in Littlemoor by Big4Littlemoor.

* The wedding will also be shown by Dorchester Town Community Football Club at Avenue Stadium - followed by the FA Cup Final and a skittles tournament.

* Staff at The Gloucester on The Esplanade will be mixing up some extra special Royal cocktails to celebrate the wedding.

* People in West Dorset will have the opportunity to watch the Royal wedding live on the big screen at the Marine Theatre.

Tickets are complimentary, and those attending will enjoy everything British with strawberries and cream, homemade Victoria sponge and cucumber sandwiches while they watch Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding. Wedding outfits, hats, buttonholes. and corsages are encouraged.

Theatre Manager, Sophia Moseley said: "We hope everyone in the town will come together at the Marine to mark this special day. Harry is inspirational."

The celebrations will start from 10am onwards. For more information call 01297 442138.

* Residents, families and team members at Colten Care homes Dorset will be staging a host of events to celebrate the Royal wedding.

Some of the get-togethers are in aid of charities and other good causes such as the Dorset and Somerset Air Ambulance.

Julia Hough, Companionship Team Leader at Amberwood House in Ferndown, said: “Lots of our residents have taken the Royal Family to their hearts over many decades and they are really excited about this month’s wedding with all its pageantry and glamour.”

Amberwood is the venue for a lunchtime ‘street party fit for a king’ on Saturday. Tables in the lounge will be lined up street party-style for a three-course celebratory lunch amid Union Jacks and other decorations.

Celebrations at Newstone House in Sturminster Newton include an unusual afternoon tea party on Friday (18). On show will be a series of wedding dresses from different eras dating back to 1949. Staff will be dressing up as bridesmaids and in other wedding-related costumes.

Cake, bubbly and a big screen will feature among Saturday’s festivities at Castle View in Poundbury, a home which hosted the groom’s father Prince Charles on a visit four years ago to the day.

Whitecliffe House in Blandford is holding a drinks and canapés on the morning of Saturday.