22 of the perfect small marriage ceremony venues for each price range throughout the UK

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22 of the best small wedding venues for every budget across the UK

Ahead of the next announcement Boris Johnson will later make about the UK roadmap delay, it seems like smaller, more intimate weddings will stay here.

The Prime Minister is expected to postpone the reopening date on June 21 for another four weeks, meaning the final easing of restrictions will not come later this month as expected. Weddings hope to remain untouched, however – with the limit of 30 wedding guests expected to be relaxed.

It may seem like Covid-19 has put the world on a hiatus, but even in the toughest of times, people manage to fall in love – and even get married.

According to a survey by wedding planning website The Knot last May in eight countries, 66 percent of people decided to postpone their weddings to a later date. That means nearly 30 percent kept their vows despite the hurdles posed by the pandemic.

That’s where we bring up the micro-wedding. The coronavirus has forced couples to rethink not only how they want to party, but also how many people they can party with. Smaller weddings are safer, easier, cheaper, and simply less likely to be canceled due to ever-changing restrictions.

Beautiful venues across the UK can accommodate smaller, more low-profile affairs, with packages specially designed for intimate doss even before Covid. Here we take a look at some of the UK’s best venues for small but perfectly crafted weddings (Covid and Lockdown, of course).

Forter Castle, Perthshire