Wedding Insurance

When planning a wedding there are a lot of things to consider: the rings, cake, clothing, guests and most importantly the venue.

Planning a wedding can be extremely stressful and costly.  It is estimated that the average cost of a wedding in the UK is around £23,000. At Insurancefair we understand the time and money that is invested in preparing for your special day, so why not add our Wedding Insurance to your wedding planning checklist – we aim to take the stress away and provide you with the financial protection you need for your big day.

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What is Wedding Insurance?

Wedding insurance is there to cover the cost of cancellation or rearrangement in the event of unforeseen circumstances. This includes disaster at the wedding venue, to failure of suppliers.

Our wedding insurance has been designed to provide protection for your big day without breaking the bank. We have created a policy that differs from the rest, you only pay for the amount of cover you need. Get your wedding insurance quote today.

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Why choose our wedding insurance?

Our wedding insurance gives you control over the level of cover you need, in order to be in line with your budget. Our wedding insurance covers all that you would expect with a few little extras. Our main benefits are:

  • Failure of suppliers – If a wedding supplier goes into liquidation you will be covered
  • Accidental loss or damage to flowers, rings, cake and wedding gifts
  • Accidental complete loss or severe damage of ceremonial attire
  • Non-appearance of the officiating minister or registrar
  • Essential document indemnity to cover the costs of obtaining replacement documents
  • Cancellation in the event of a redundancy of the key financial contributors to the wedding
  • Legal expenses to cover the cost of pursuing legal proceedings following an injury to the insured
  • Personal accident and liability cover

We pledge to ensure fairness, transparency and consistency in our products and our services. Our dedicated team are available from 8am to 8pm Monday to Friday and 9am to 5pm on weekends.

Whether it’s a big birthday, a Christening, a blessing or a wedding, we have a policy for you:

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John Lewis
  • £60
  • Cancellation Amount: £10,000
  • Failure of Suppliers: £5,000
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Debenhams
  • £59.95
  • Cancellation Amount: £10,000
  • Failure of Suppliers: £5,000
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***Comparison correct as at 16/03/2018***

Wedding Insurance FAQ’s

Why do you need wedding insurance?

Wedding insurance covers a multitude of potential pitfalls to protect you in the event that things do not run as smoothly as you would like.

 

Will I be covered if a wedding supplier goes in to liquidation?

If one of your wedding suppliers goes bust, you will be covered under the failure of supplier’s section or the policy.

I am not sure of the exact cost of my wedding, how do I know the amount of cover I need?

If you are unsure on the amount of cover you need for your wedding, please select the level over cover most appropriate to you based on your planned expenditure. Should you go over this amount during the term of the cover, you will have the option to upgrade.

Are we covered for adverse weather conditions?

If you or a key member of the wedding party is unable to attend the wedding due to adverse weather conditions, you will be covered for cancellation or re-arrangement.

How early should I buy wedding insurance?

This decision is entirely yours; the purpose of this insurance is to protect you against any financial loss including deposits.

Why would I need the public liability cover on my wedding insurance?

The public liability cover is an optional extra available to protect you in respect of legal liability as a result of a third parties’ accidental injury as well as accidental injury or loss of, or damage to third party property.

Am I covered for any deposits made to suppliers before I take out wedding insurance?

Your deposits made to suppliers will be covered under your wedding policy as long as they were booked for the sole purpose of your wedding. Cover will begin as soon as you take out the insurance.