Byline: SUSAN GRIFFIN
IF YOU VE always fancied marrying in the moonlight or declaring your vows as the dawn rises, it's time to pop the champagne.
Archaic restrictions relating to when weddings can take place are expected to be lifted later this year.
As it stands, a 175-year-old law dating back to the Marriage Act of 1836 prevents weddings taking place outside the hours of 8am and 6pm - but the Government says it's determined to return power to the people.
The changes affecting civil ceremonies will come about thanks to the Your Freedom website, created to find out which laws and regulations the public wants to see abolished. The result is the …