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    What are the rules for weddings and can I hold a reception?

    Across the UK, restrictions on เกม slotxo weddings and civil partnerships have eased across the UK.

    So how many people can come to the ceremony – and how big can the reception be?

    What are the wedding rules in England?
    Up to 30 people – including children – are allowed to attend a wedding ceremony or reception at an indoor or outdoor venue. Outdoor receptions can take place in private gardens.

    Anyone working is not counted in the limit.

    Venues and places of worship can provide food and drink, but must follow the relevant hospitality guidance. All food and drink must be ordered, served and consumed while guests are seated.

    Guests do not need to be seated at socially distanced tables, though they are still advised to be “cautious” about contact with different households.

    What are the rules in Scotland?
    As many as 50 people (including the couple and witnesses) can attend weddings and receptions – provided venues can allow 2m (6ft) physical distancing.

    Alcohol can be served. Face coverings must be worn indoors, not including the couple or the person officiating.

    It’s hoped wedding rules will change again on 7 June, when most of Scotland is due to move to Covid-protection level one.

    Up to 100 people should be allowed to meet then, but rules on social distancing and face coverings will remain in place.

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