You’ll probably spend thousands of pounds planning your dream wedding day, so it makes sense to protect your investment.
Of course everyone (including us!) hopes that nothing untoward will happen and that insurance will end up having been a waste of money, but sometimes things do go wrong. We've heard too many horror stories - and so we STRONGLY advise that you take out wedding insurance as early as possible. Purchasing wedding insurance ahead of your wedding celebration could cover you for some, or all of the following:
- Financial support if one of your chosen wedding suppliers fails to deliver on the day
- Partner or family illness
- Loss or damage of specific wedding details such as your wedding rings, cake or dress
- Cancellation charges
The cost of wedding insurance is very little compared to the grand scheme of how much you can end up spending on your entire wedding day. If it’s on your to-do list and you’d like the peace of mind, consider getting a quote for wedding insurance – regardless of when your wedding date has been set for. Below is a link to John Lewis wedding insurance. We're not financial advisors so cannot recommend it over any other insurance and we do recommend that you investigate multiple options and choose the one that's best for you.