Wedding insurance for 2009

Big increases in wedding costs are making brides and grooms think about safeguarding their and their families' investment. And in credit crunch we all need not only to save money in the long term, but also foresee any unpleasant situations.

  • Planning the wedding

Wedding insurance

Nowadays, wedding planning is a business in itself. Getting someone else to organise it all for you is one way of taking the pressure off. But what about the things that can’t be planned? Lost photos? A fire at the venue? Problems with transport? Or an unforeseen cancellation?

Big increases in wedding costs are making brides and grooms think about safeguarding their and their families’ investment. And in credit crunch we all need not only to save money in the long term, but also foresee any unpleasant situations.

Paying for wedding insurance is, therefore, becoming one way to ensure that at least some mini-disasters are covered on your big day. And while they might not make you forget any problems that arise during your wedding, in the run-up to the day they’ll definitely give you peace of mind.

Here are some wedding insurers in the UK and Ireland:

For extra care, talk to your family broker if you have one and, whatever you do, make sure you read all the terms and conditions.

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