It’s hard to believe five years have passed since Prince William and Kate Middleton said “I do” as the world watched from all different time zones. However, though it seems like time has passed ever so quickly, quite a bit has happened since that beautiful day-you know, like two royal additions by the names of Prince George and Princess Charlotte!As we continue to move forward from the royal wedding with news of babies, Princess Kate’s fashion statements and even a little bit of controversy, the intricate details from the magical moment seem to get lost in the bustle. Thus, in honour of the milestone anniversary, we’re taking a look back at the duke and duchess’ wedding day with a play-by-play of all the most important factors that went into making it the “Wedding of the Century.” The ceremony was held at the Westminster Abby at 11am.Queen Elizabeth II bestowed the betrothed couple with new titles slightly after 8am in London. Prince William became His Royal Highness the Duke of Cambridge, the Earl of Strathearn and Baron Carrickfergus, while Kate became Her Royal Highness the Duchess of Cambridge, Countess of Strathearn and Baroness Carrickfergus. The groom got ready alongside his brother and best man Prince Harry at nearby Clarence House and pulled up to Westminster Abbey at around 10:20am in a Bentley. Kate’s mother, Carole Middleton, arrived at 10:30am, wearing a sky-blue day dress by Catherine Walker and was escorted by her son James.The royal family’s caravan left Buckingham Palace at 10:35am, led by Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall and followed by Queen Elizabeth II-who wore yellow-and Prince Philip!At around 10:50am, the Rolls Royce Phantom VI carrying the bride and her father, Michael Middleton, pulled up shortly after her Maid of Honour, Pippa Middleton and the rest of the bridesmaids.Kate chose a gorgeous, custom Alexander McQueen gown designed by Sarah Burton, while William, who was 28 on the big day, looked timeless and dapper in his Royal Air Force uniform. Kate’s dress was designed with lacey long sleeves, a demure yet subtly sexy neckline and a regal train. The queen lent Kate the Cartier “halo” tiara, which was presented to Elizabeth by her father, King George VI, on her 18th birthday. The bride’s pear-shade, diamond drop earrings by Robinson Pelham, with a design inspired by the Middleton family’s new crest, were a wedding gift from her parents. Finally, Kate’s bouquet was a picturesque arrangement of lily-of-the-valleys, sweet William, hyacinth, ivy and myrtle.Kate’s sister was chosen as her Maid of Honour and wore a Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen dress that kept people talking about her bum for months. She was joined alongside the bridesmaids including: Lady Louis of Windsor, Margarita Armstrong-Jones, Grace van Cutsem and Eliza Lopes. Prince Harry was the Best Man and William Lowther-Pinkerton as well as Tom Pettifer were both page boys.As for her dress, Pippa later told the Mail on Sunday in 2012, “It is a bit startling to achieve global recognition before the age of 30 on account of your sister, your brother-in-law and your bottom. One day I might be able to make sense of this. In the meantime I think it’s fair to say that it has its upside and its downside.”Kate and Will sent a mere 1,900 gilded invites to their friends and family for the big day.