How many people can I have at a wedding in British Columbia?

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As of May 22, Marriage commissioners can choose to proceed or not with weddings, as they see fit. Gatherings can not be larger than 50 people. Marriage commissioners may require further restrictions on the number of guests at wedding ceremonies to five people; the couple and two witnesses.

If physical distancing is not being practiced, marriage commissioners may refuse to proceed until the ceremony can be managed in an appropriate manner. Large weddings should not be planned at this time. For more information on weddings, visit the BC Government website.