Couples will be allowed to marry outdoors as lockdown measures are relaxed, according to reports.
In a bid to restart the economy, Boris Johnson wants to change the law to make it easier to hold wedding ceremonies outside, the Sunday Times reports.
The Prime Minister is also said to be keen to scrap planning rules that stop many pubs, cafes and restaurants from using outside areas for dining.
Under the plans, indoor weddings and funerals with up to 10 guests could also be permitted from early July.
It is not currently legally possible to marry outside in England of Wales without a fixed shelter.
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However, in a bid to save millions of jobs the PM is expected to set out a number of measures to ease lockdown restrictions and "rebuild Britain" next week.
"Boris wants us back to normal, or as near to it as possible, before the summer," a senior government source told the paper.
Places of worship, meanwhile, will be allowed to reopen for private prayer from June 15.
Announcing the plans, Communities Secretary Robert Jenrick said: "People of all faiths have shown enormous patience and forbearance, unable to mark Easter, Passover, Ramadan or Vaisakhi with friends and family in the traditional way.
"As we control the virus, we are now able to move forwards with a limited but important return to houses of worship."
Mr Johnson will chair a Cabinet meeting this week, in which he is expected to outline steps for easing lockdown measures from June 15.
It comes as an Opinium poll suggests that just under half of the UK public disapprove of the Government's handling of the coronavirus crisis.
The Tory vote share has fallen to 43%, with Labour on 40%.
There are also growing fears that the rate of coronavirus infection remains dangerously high, with a report by Public Health England and Cambridge University placing the 'R' value just above 1 in the North West.
If R is 1 or higher, the virus will spread exponentially through the population, while a value less than 1 suggests the virus is in decline.
A Whitehall source told the Sunday Telegraph that "getting the immediate crisis under control remains the Prime Minister's main focus" but that the but Government is "also preparing for tough economic times ahead".
"In the election the PM made the right diagnosis of the problems many people face," they said.
"He believes now is the time to be even more ambitious with his plans to unite and level up the country."
The coronavirus death toll in the UK rose today by 204 to 40,465 - including in hospitals, care homes and the community.
A further 75 people who tested positive for Covid-19 have died in England’s hospitals, bringing the total number of confirmed reported deaths to 27,359.
Today, the whole of the UK recorded 92 hospital deaths in total, including 75 in England, ten in Wales, six in Scotland and one in Northern Ireland.
The UK’s total coronavirus death toll yesterday increased by 357 as the country’s total number of fatalities soared past 40,000.
The jump in deaths was higher than Thursday’s increase, when 176 fatalities were reported.