Under the rules of England’s second lockdown, the majority of marriage and civil partnership ceremonies are prohibited. The only weddings allowed to take place are those where one of the couple is seriously ill.
After its 17-day ‘firebreak’ lockdown, weddings in Wales can now go ahead, but the number of ceremony attendees depends on the venue capacity, and receptions are limited to 15 people.
Up to 25 people can attend a wedding ceremony in Northern Ireland, but receptions are banned.
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