Tuesday 23rd June 2020 – Coronavirus Wedding Ceremonies
Three months on from when the government enforced the lockdown, all weddings were put on hold along with any social gatherings.
Today for the first time since the lockdown was introduced on 23rd March 2020, Wedding ceremonies have been given permission to go ahead with a limited number of people under the new update from the Prime Minister.
On Tuesday 23 June, Boris Johnson announced the latest measures to lift lockdown restrictions.
What does this mean for Weddings:
Wedding ceremonies involving up to 30 people outdoors will be allowed to go ahead, while places of worship are permitted to reopen for prayer and services.
He added that wedding ceremonies can only take place “subject to social distancing”.
Maharaja Music can now re open it’s doors for events, which are being held under these strict guidelines.
We have introduced a streaming service along with our entertainment & production services, should you wish to stream your event to guests all around the world who may not be able to attend your event due to the new lockdown restrictions they can join and celebrate with you.
For any enquiries or bookings you can contact our sales team on:
020 3005 4894
Source of information: - House of commons speech from the Prime Minister - The Independent