Colonial Insurance & Financial Services
May 16, 2013
Wedding Insurance Guide
Your wedding is perhaps one of THE most important days of your life. It’s the day that you take the vows to unite yourself with a beloved forever. Family and friends are not only invited, but expected to come to the ceremony. The day is so important that some couples are willing to spend enough money to buy a new car on the ceremony and festivities alone. Pictures will adorn your walls and scrap books for the generations to come.
Your wedding is the most important wedding you have ever attended. It’s therefore important to make preparations that will ensure your special day goes down right, or your money back. That last bit is especially necessary when you plan on dropping several thousands of dollars on the event. Your wedding needs to be protected. It needs to be insured with the right company.
Believe it or not, wedding insurance is a real thing. Insurance companies can offer you insurance plans to reimburse your investment when circumstances beyond your control take over. These circumstances include replacing a missing limo driver with a more expensive one because the first refused to show up, replacing a groom’s tuxedo that never made it on the right plane, and other similar catastrophes that make your wallets cringe away in fear.
When you’ve already spent that much on a wedding, you literally can’t afford for things to go wrong. That’s where wedding insurance can take over to make the experience a little bit easier on you. Although it won’t cover cold feet and a cancellation, it will take care of those unforeseen setbacks, which many times include damaged or lost photos, damages to your decorated car, and even the loss of wedding rings.
Specifics vary per provider and coverage plan. Check with your local insurance provider to hammer out the specifics. When you plan to spend a lot of money on that special day, make sure your investment is secure in wedding insurance.
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