Spending time with friends and family is not something we get to do often enough. So, when there is a big event coming up what better way to create more precious memories with loved ones than a party to celebrate?

When planning an event, it is easy for the costs to start mounting up.

Consider event insurance as a way to make sure you are not left financially out of pocket if the unexpected happens.

What Our Customers Say
  • Wedding Cover
  • Unfortunately, I had to re-arrange my wedding. The team at Insurancefair were so understanding.

  • Lisa Shepherd

Why Choose Insurancefair for your Event Insurance?

Our policies have been created with you in mind. Both the event and wedding insurance products allow you to select the cost of your event, and we only charge for the amount of cover you need.

Our event insurance provides protection against a number of key benefits including:

  • Cancellation of Venue
  • Failure of Suppliers
  • Failure of Caterers
  • Liability

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:

Wedding Insurance
Party Insurance
Ceremony Insurance


Frequently Asked Questions

How do I know how much cover I need?

Our Event Insurance is calculated based on the cost of cancelling your event. Here is a list of some of the things you should factor in:

Venue Hire




What types of event can be covered with Insurancefair?

Our Event Insurance is available for any private event in which you have unpaid guests. This includes weddings, anniversary parties, birthday parties, engagement parties, Christenings, Bah-Mistzfahs and ceremonies. 

What is the maximum amount I can insure my event for?

You can insure your wedding up to £50,000 and all other private events up to £20,000

Can you insure my event outside of the UK?

Yes. However, there are some limitations so please take the time to read the policy wording.

What is ceremonial attire?

Ceremonial attire is the dress you wear specifically for the event/occasion. An example of this would be a wedding gown.