The government has published new guidance on weddings in England, allowing ceremonies of up to 30 people but advising against receptions.
From 4 July, wedding and civil partnerships can go ahead but with only 30 people including the couple, staff such as a photographer and witnesses. People should socially distance, singing should not take place and hands must be washed before exchanging rings.
Receptions should be small, with only two households able to meet indoors. Since lockdown began on 23 March, weddings in England have been banned under almost all circumstances.
Small weddings are currently allowed in the other nations of the UK, which set their own lockdown rules.
In Northern Ireland, weddings of up to 10 people are allowed outdoors. In Wales, ceremonies can also take place, but social distancing must be observed, while outdoor marriages and civil partnerships can take place in Scotland.
Under the new guidance for England released on Monday, small wedding and civil partnership ceremonies are allowed to go ahead only when they can be done safely and follow social distancing guidelines.
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