Couple on their wedding day

Support us on your wedding day

Share the love on your special day by raising money for families facing dementia 

Congratulations on your upcoming wedding! We hope you have a wonderful day and enjoy celebrating with your family and friends. 

Thank you for thinking about including us in your special day by raising money for families facing dementia. There are a variety of ways you can show your support.  

Wedding favours, balloons and collection boxes 

Visit our shop to order wedding favours, pin badges, balloons, collection boxes and donation envelopes

Wedding favour cards

Choose from our two wedding favour card designs and let us know if you want them printed with your first names. Favours cost £1 per card, including postage. 

The text on the card reads:  

In place of favours, (names) have made a donation to Dementia UK to help families face dementia.” 

Wedding cards

Dementia UK badges

For an extra special memento of your donation for your guests, you can also order our Dementia UK badges. Badges cost £2 each including postage. 

When ordering items, please allow a minimum of three weeks  to make sure they arrive in time.    

Thank you so much for our cards and pins. The day was beautiful and it was even better seeing guests wearing their pins in the evening. 

Caroline, Bristol. 

DUK pin badge

Online fundraising page  

You might choose to ask friends and family to give a donation to Dementia UK instead of buying a wedding present. 

You can set up an online giving page on platforms such as JustGiving and send the link to your friends and families. They can make donations securely online and add a personal message via your page. 

Share your reasons for choosing to support Dementia UK at your wedding and remember to add a photo of you and your future spouse!  

Dementia UK shop

Head over to the Dementia UK shop and support families facing dementia

Dementia UK shop

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