• Alzheimer’s Society

Your wedding day will create wonderful memories you want to last a lifetime.

Honour loved ones affected by dementia and help us defeat it by supporting Alzheimer’s Society as part of your celebration. You can organise a collection, invite your guests to give donations rather than gifts, or give our unique wedding favours as a token of thanks for sharing your special day.

We have collection envelopes and boxes featuring our beautiful celebration forget-me-not design available to order, or you can set up an online collection page through JustGiving.com.

Our favour items include forget-me-not pin badges, organza bags and cake slice boxes, ideal as a keepsake and to let your guests know you are supporting Alzheimer’s Society.

We are the first point of contact for anyone affected by dementia, providing vital advice and support through over 3,000 local services so no-one has to face dementia alone. These include dementia advisers and support workers, dementia cafes, day and home support, befriending, carer support groups, our innovative Singing for the Brain ® groups, the National Dementia Helpline 0300 222 1122, our website and online forum Talking Point.

We fund ground-breaking medical and social research to improve quality of life and ultimately develop a cure, and campaign for a greater understanding of dementia.

As you enjoy your big day, your generosity will help us in our goal to defeat dementia – perhaps the best wedding gift of all.

To find out more visit alzheimers.org.uk/weddings or call us on 0330 333 0804


It was our way of making our friend Pat involved, even though she couldn’t be there. Seeing everybody wearing the badges made us think of Pat everywhere we looked. It was really special to be able to create awareness as well as honouring Pat.

Rebecca & Leigh

Gran Mary was so special, and the way dementia took her was devastating. We wanted her to be a part of the most important day of our lives. Supporting Alzheimer’s Society was a wonderful way of doing that. Wearing the Society’s forget-me-not pins kept Gran Mary firmly in our hearts and our minds.

Anthony & Oscar

The decision to raise funds for Alzheimer’s Society probably took less than ten seconds. It’s a charity we both feel connected to through family illness. We knew the work achieved with the money raised would far outlive posh crockery. I suspect our guests were particularly generous as dementia affects so many people.

Caroline & Steve