2nd January 2020 by Natasha Goldstein
Getting engaged and planning your dream wedding is a very exciting time for any marrying couple, no matter what your budget, you are planning on committing yourselves to each other for the rest of your lives.
However, weddings can often be notoriously expensive; from the venue, the dress, the food, to the transport, the flowers, gifts and more. The average UK Wedding has been estimated at approximately £30,000 (Hitched, 2019), which is a large amount of money to lose if something unforeseen goes wrong.
If you're buying a home, you would purchase Home Insurance to help protect against perils such as flooding, fire, earthquakes and many other eventualities. The same applies when you travel with Travel Insurance to offer protection for Emergency Medical Expenses, Loss of Baggage, Flight Delays and more, so why wouldn't you protect your wedding in the same way against unforeseen eventualities such as Cancellation, Re-arrangement and Financial Failure of your wedding service suppliers to name a few.
While this sounds like something that happens very rarely, it happens more often than you may think, and when things do go wrong, it can be difficult to get your money back and / or find a replacement in time for your wedding date, especially if there is no budget left.
Without Wedding Insurance you could lose all or some of the money you have spent on your wedding and whilst you may have some protection if you paid by credit card, unfortunately this will not cover everything that wedding insurance can.
Dreamsaver Wedding Insurance offers peace of mind across most aspects of the wedding and the wedding planning process. Even offering cover for deposits that have been paid prior to taking out a Wedding Insurance policy.
As well as this, Dreamsaver Wedding Insurance offers protection against your Wedding Attire, Rings, Flowers Gifts, Photography, Videography and even offers protection for your Cars and Transport. Other features include:
This article is for information and entertainment purposes only. It does not constitute advice in any way. The information provided here is correct at the time of writing however please check the latest policy wording for the latest policy terms, conditions and exclusions.