During lockdown weddings should only take place in COVID-19 secure venues or in public outdoor spaces. The government is asking for people to only hold a wedding or civil partnership in exceptional circumstances and those that do must only take place with up to 6 people. Anyone working is not included. But for when we are no longer in lockdown, you can look ahead at 2022 and 2023.
Here are some Sussex venues to say I do in.
1. Weald and Downland, Chichester
The Museum has over 50 historic buildings set in a beautiful 19th century park provide an outstanding backdrop for your great day, with plenty of idyllic settings for your photographs. Picture: Kate Shemilt
Photo: Hilsea Portsmouth
2. Wiston House, Steyning
Wiston House is a 16th-century Grade I listed building set in the South Downs National Park on the south coast of England, surrounded by over 6,000 acres of parkland in Wiston. Picture: Derek Martin
3. Bluebell Railway, Uckfield
Civil Ceremonies at the Bluebell Railway can be held in stations at either Sheffield Park or Horsted Keynes. Picture: Derek Martin
Photo: Haywards Heath
4. Southend Barns, Chichester
The wedding barns have been lovingly restored to create the perfect setting for a romantic civil ceremony and wedding reception.