Do you need wedding insurance?

Your wedding is supposed to be a romantic occasion and planning it should be about choosing the right venue, transport, wedding breakfast and of course the wedding dress and not worrying about what happens if any problems arise, but of course they do.  I’ve heard of venues cancelling dates after the wedding invitations have been ordered, wedding dress shops going bust, wedding transport not turning up and cakes being dropped at the venue!  The average wedding cost changes constantly but most cost between £15,000 and £25,000, which is a lot of money by anyones standards so it does make sense to cover yourself since many of the things that can go wrong are out of your control.   Weddingplan* offer four levels of cover ranging from £27.50 for their silver package which gives cover upto £5,000 through to £99 for their diamond package which gives cover up to £30,000.  When you add up how much you  could be spending on your wedding, £99 doesn’t actually seem that much for the peace of mind you get and the costs that you could incur again should the worst happen.

*1.       Your wedding day should be one of the happiest of your life, but with the average wedding nowadays costing over £18,000, it’s also a major financial commitment…If the unthinkable should happen, most couples would find it hard to afford the costs of cancelling their wedding and paying for their big day all over again and would be powerless to recover the priceless memories lost as a result. That’s why more and more couples are making wedding insurance an essential part of their wedding plans. With policies starting from just £27.50, Weddingplan wedding insurance provides peace of mind that all your hard work in planning your big day and the cost involved, will result in a truly special day that you’ll never forget.

Some useful information from BBC News 

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