According to a rudimentary Google search, the average price of a Kiwi wedding is about $35,000.
It's a lot, but in rather stark contrast, Harry and Meghan will be spending over $4 million of their own cash, according to wedding planning site bridebook.co.uk (pretty impressive savings rate for Harry after just a 10-year military career).
(The $58,000,000 security bill will be picked up by the UK taxpayer).
But there is another way!
Newshub presents the DIY Kiwi way to recreate the royal wedding.
Wedding certificate: $35
Important and easy. It costs $35 to have one sent out to you, and $25 for any extra copies.
Hers is worth hundreds of thousands of course, but now you can get your own Prince Harry-designed engagement ring for just $30.
UK retailer Argos is selling an imitation of Meghan's ring - it's called the Meghan Sparkle - for less than £15.
They don't deliver to NZ so you'll need a friend in the UK to post this over for you.
The dress: from $1
No need for a cheap imitation here - second-hand wedding dresses are a bargain on TradeMe, some starting from a $1 reserve. Go on, you're worth it.
The flowers: $35
Meghan is said to love peonies and roses, and the couple are said to be spending up to $215,000 of their modest budget on ceremony flowers.
Get your own peony/rose bouquet that will last a lifetime here for just $35.
The cake: $5
Being hipsters at heart, Meghan and Harry have chosen east London's Violet Cakes to bake a lemon and elderflower buttercream creation for them, said to be costing close to $100,000 (seriously, how is this even possible?).