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Weddings in England No Longer Limited to 30 Guests From 21st June
The Prime Minister has announced that weddings in England will return from 21st June with more than 30 guests allowed at a socially-distanced capacity.
Similar to policies in Wales and Northern Ireland, it means the number of guests will be limited by how successfully social distancing rules can be adhered to at the venue. The social distancing rules currently stand at “1 metre +”, meaning the larger the venue, the more guests can attend.
Couples had voiced fears their wedding plans would be ruined if the 30-person limit was not removed from 21 June, as part of England’s roadmap out of lockdown.
Some restrictions on weddings will remain, however, including limits on singing and a ban on dancing, except for the first dance.
We understand there is still uncertainty around other wedding guidelines – we are working with The UK Weddings Taskforce and will update you when we know more. You can find the latest news providing more clarity here.
While this is a positive step for the wedding industry, it’s important to make sure you’re aware of how you can keep your clients and their guests safe as weddings reopen.
The limit on the number of people who can attend weddings in England will be scrapped from 21 June – but rules on singing and dancing will remain.
Boris Johnson confirmed the 30-person cap on wedding ceremonies and receptions will be removed as planned, as he announced a four-week delay to the lifting of all COVID restrictions.
Any limits on guests will be set by wedding venues based on social distancing requirements, the prime minister said.
Hundreds of people will be able to attend weddings for the first time in months when the limit is lifted next week.
After months of uncertainty for couples, the limit on the number of people allowed at weddings will be removed in England on June 21 – despite a delay in lockdown easing.
However other restrictions – including the ban on most singing and dancing, and guests having to wear masks at certain points – will remain in place until step four.
People at an indoor venue will need to be on tables of no more than six people. Indoor venues must shut off their dance floors – apart from for the “first dance”.
Marquees on private land need to have two sides open to qualify as ‘outdoors’.
The rule of six indoors still applies to weddings in private homes – except for deathbed weddings, which can have up to 30 guests.