16 wedding locations to fall in love with

During the lockdown, weddings should only take place in COVID-19 safe locations or outside public areas. The government urges people to hold a wedding or civil partnership only in exceptional circumstances, and those who do can only host up to 6 people. Who works is not included. But when we are no longer locked, you can look to the years 2022 and 2023.

Here are some of the Sussex venues.

The museum has more than 50 historical buildings in a beautiful park from the 19th century, which provide an excellent backdrop for your great day and provide numerous idyllic framework conditions for your photos. Pictured: Kate Shemilt

Photo: Hilsea Portsmouth

Wiston House is a Grade I listed building from the 16th century in the South Downs National Park on the south coast of England, surrounded by over 6,000 acres of parkland in Wiston. Image: Derek Martin

Civil ceremonies on the Bluebell Railway can be held at stations in Sheffield Park or Horsted Keynes. Image: Derek Martin

Photo: Haywards Heath

The wedding barns have been lovingly restored to create the perfect setting for a romantic civil ceremony and wedding reception.