You may just get to check it off your list by receiving a shot at attending Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's spring wedding.
In total 2,640 will be given access to the grounds for the celebrations and they will be able to watch the arrival and departure of the bride and groom at the chapel as well as the carriage procession through Windsor afterwards.
More than 1,000 members of the public have been invited to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding service at Windsor Castle in May.
This, of course, is in-line with both Harry and Meghan's passion for inspiring and supporting younger generations.
Another 100 people will come from schools that are affiliated with the Windsor Castle community, while 530 members of The Royal Households and Crown Estate are invited.
The palace said in a statement that Queen Elizabeth's grandson and his American fiancee said they want their wedding to be open to members of the public so that they feel part of the celebrations.
The number does not include those invited to the ceremony at the castle's St. George's Chapel, which seats about 800.
"This wedding, like all weddings, will be a moment of fun and joy that will reflect the characters and values of the bride and groom", the Kensington Palace said.
Thousands of people without specific invitations are expected to line the procession route through the town of Windsor, which is about 40 km (25 miles) west of central London.
There are some caveats for those who hope to be invited however, in terms of who those exact people will be. We're betting that the upcoming Royal wedding won't be too traditional, especially as Meghan has broken royal protocol a few times in her public outings.
Prince Harry and Markle have gone against royal tradition by choosing a Saturday for their big day, as royal weddings usually take place on a week day.
On the evening of the wedding, the Prince of Wales will give a private evening reception for the couple and their close friends and family.