Government Buildings, Dublin 2.
Members of a group representing ‘brides-to-be’ celebrate the relaxation of the guest limit for wedding receptions to 100 guests from August 5.
Outside the Department of Health, Baggott Street, Dublin 2.
A spontaneous outpouring?
Or something more organised?
We may never know.
Wedding numbers rise to 100 after 5 August (RTÉ)
Restrictions in Australia’s New South Wales forbids dancing…
…except at weddings.
In Washington DC:
As wedding season kicks off in May, D.C. has a strict new rule in place. Guests cannot dance or stand during a wedding cocktail hour or reception...For some couples no dancing and standing is a deal breaker so they’re looking to move their wedding to a place where restrictions are looser like their hometowns or Virginia or Maryland. In Virginia, weddings are capped at 50 people indoors and 100 outdoors.
However, starting May 15, those numbers will increase to 100 people inside and 250 outside. Over in Maryland, outdoor and indoor venues can operate at 50% capacity. Both states do not have any sort of ban on dancing and standing during weddings like there is in D.C.
New restriction at DC weddings is turning brides and grooms away (Fox)
Lower Dorset Street, Dublin.