Taking out wedding insurance is undeniably a sensible part of your wedding planning, but it is easy to get confused by the small print. We take a look at a few things that you can check for in your policy.
If my wedding suppliers all have insurance, then why do I need it too?
If you, one of your parents or a close relative falls ill just before your wedding, you may need to rearrange your entire big day. Wedding insurance can provide peace of mind that you will not be out of pocket.
We look at how wedding insurance can cover the costs if your wedding officiant is unexpectedly unable to attend your wedding and you need to rearrange your big day.
After the excitement of your amazing wedding, you should be able to calm down and enjoy the reception. But what if the entertainment doesn’t turn up?
Wedding insurance is fantastic for covering a wide range of unforeseeable circumstances. However, there is one scenario for which you will find it impossible to obtain cover: cold feet.
Wedding gifts can amount to a startling total value, so it is important to take a little time and check that you have suitable insurance in place in case they are lost, damaged or stolen.
Wedding flowers, from bouquets to large scale floral venue decorations, can be covered by wedding insurance policies. But what should you look out for when it comes to floristry and your wedding insurance policy?
Wedding insurance can cover everything from the venue burning down or going bankrupt, to injuries to guests or damage to property. For financial peace of mind, it is essential!
If a picture paints a thousand words then the average wedding photograph album is roughly equal to War and Peace. But what happens when things go wrong?