It’s Marriage Week: 10-16 May 2021

Naked Marriage #Marriageweek 10th – 16th May 2021 marriage-week.org.uk What’s happening? This year’s annual, week-long Marriage Week celebration and campaign is all about the

Naked Marriage #Marriageweek 10th – 16th May 2021

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What’s happening?

This year’s annual, week-long Marriage Week celebration and campaign is all about the essential, pared-back, ‘unmasked’, ‘reduced-packaging’ marriage and wedding!  This is what we are calling ‘Naked Marriage’.

2020 was a year of cancelled events, cancelled holidays, cancelled celebrations and a whole host of other fun things we’d planned.

So, we’d like to invite you to something that can’t be cancelled!

‘Naked Marriage’ is…

  • The ‘Essential Marriage’ – Ideas for a date night/day to make time for each other this week
  • The ‘Naked Wedding’ – Ideas for how to avoid spending all your life savings on a wedding. This is our campaign for smaller weddings

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Keep up to date with Marriage Week here!

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