You’ve probably planned your big day precisely,
but have you bought your wedding insurance yet?
Surprisingly, a lot of brides overlook this very
important part of wedding planning and can find
themselves without any insurance cover should
something major happen that affects the wedding.
example, what would you do if your venue had a
fire? Generally you pay upfront for venue hire,
and whilst the venue may well refund you, it still
doesn’t make up for the fact that you suddenly
no longer have a venue to get married in. What
if the best man loses the wedding rings? If you
are not insured, who will pay for the replacements?
What if the wedding cake doesn’t turn up
or gets damaged on arrival? Again, with wedding
insurance you are normally covered in most of
these eventualities to at least offer you some
compensation for this damage or loss.
are a wide variety of items that you need to purchase
for your wedding, and over the course of time
this can add up to a large sum of money. Everything
from your wedding dress, to the bridesmaids dresses,
to the morning suits for the gents and the groom,
if you have not bought any wedding insurance you
are liable for all of these costs should the worst