Post # 1
My family is in NJ and they still do not have power. We had previously discussed getting wedding insurance in case some unforseen event cancels the wedding, but now this seems even more important. I know there are a few companies/options for coverage, but I’m wondering if anyone has experience or recommendations.
Post # 3
@lauraminn: now that is a good idea! I want to hear about this.
Post # 4
- Wedding: July 2012 - Baltimore Museum of Industry
Two big ones are wedsure.com and wedsafe.com (where we got ours.) Our venue required that we had insurance (liability), and it’s a smart idea for any bride- $150 or less. For weather-related delays, the insurance has to be purchased at least 30 days in advance, I believe. We didn’t have to file a claim, so I can’t comment on that side of it, but you could get rates from both companies easily online.
Post # 5
Travelers offers a comprehensive product rated off your budget, a lot of quality supplemental coverage including but not limited to photo retake, gift and ring replacement, liquor and premises liability with additional coverage available for honeymoons or travel.
Post # 6
I used http://www.theeventhelper.com to get my wedding insurance. They offered me the cheapest option for everything that I was looking for. I didn’t have to use it, but I was glad to have it.
Post # 7
We are using wedsafe. It was about 350$ I think to cover our 50k wedding. I can’t remember what all it covers but for sure it covers any lost deposits, gifts, clothings, rings…the big stuff.
Post # 8
Thank you. Hopefully you never have to use it, but it is nice to have just in case anything happens.
Post # 9
My venue recommended WedSafe, it seems pretty popular.
We just used our homeowners insurance company (USAA) and added event insurance. It was like $100 or something else ridiculously cheap.