QUESTION I’ve heard of wedding insurance, but I’m not sure if I should purchase it for our destination wedding. What should I consider before deciding whether or not to insure our event? FREAKING ABOUT FLOWERS? OUR EXPERTS DOLE OUT DRAMA-FREE SOLUTIONS TO YOUR DAY-AWAY QUERIES.
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It’s a very good idea to look into insurance, not only for your wedding but also for the travel to and from your wedding and honeymoon, especially if you’re marrying during your locale’s hurricane or monsoon seasons. Make sure to fi nd out what’s covered in the country where you’re getting married. Some insurance companies don’t cover certain locations, natural events or circumstances.
Check out Wedsafe.com, Protectmywedding.com and Wedsure.com, reputable companies that of er insurance for your event as well as for travel. Be sure to read the fi ne print and all the details so that you know what you’re paying for right of the bat. You can expect to shell out anywhere from $100 to $600, but peace of mind is priceless.