Prince William and Kate Middleton will be married by Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams on April 29, the office of Prince Charles announced Wednesday.
Middleton will travel to the 11 a.m. wedding service at Westminster Abbey in London, England, by car along a route that will include The Mall, Horse Guards Parade, Whitehall and Parliament Square.
The dean of Westminster, Very Rev. John Hall, will conduct the service, while Bishop of London Richard Chartres will give an address.
The newlyweds will then travel in a carriage procession to Buckingham Palace, passing the same London landmarks that Middleton went by on her way to the abbey.
At Buckingham Palace, Queen Elizabeth will host a reception for the couple and invited guests.
Prince Charles will give a private dinner and dance in the evening at the palace.
More details are due to be released as the wedding day approaches, Prince Charles's office said in a release on his website.