Month: July 2020

What Are the Rules on Weddings?

The impact that the coronavirus has had on all our lives has been huge. In a matter of months, it has turned everything about our society on its head and has been forever changed. For anyone planning a wedding in 2020 during the current situation, there are a lot of questions you want answering and concerns addressed. If your wedding has been impacted or affected by the coronavirus, here are the things you need to know. Wedding Ceremonies & Reception Celebrations On the 29th June, the Government has allowed small wedding ceremonies and civil partnerships to take place from the 4th July. A couple can marry with up to thirty people present, but this includes staff at the venue and the couple. In addition to this, a reception is advised against taking place, however, in England, a small celebration is allowed to occur indoors, but only with two households, or it can take place outside with six people from different households.In Scotland, an outdoor ceremony is allowed to take place with a maximum of eight people present. In Northern Ireland, wedding ceremonies of up to ten people are allowed to take place. In Wales, they have lifted the ban as long [...]
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