Wedding Insurance and Invitations
Wedding invitations are an essential part of any wedding; with your wedding invitations, you can set the tone of your wedding and make sure you have all your loved ones at your wedding day. Wedding insurance can protect your paper wedding stationary against loss or theft - but you may want to consider using e-invites to keep costs down and be up to date with technology at the same time.
Wedding insurance can protect the wedding stationary and wedding invitations you invest in. Your wedding invitations could be at risk of loss or damage, or the printer or designer contracted to make your wedding cards could let you down at the last minute. Wedding insurance can also compensate your financial loss for wedding invitations if the wedding is cancelled. In the case of loss, damage, or failure of suppliers, you could find that wedding insurance is a valuable investment that saves you money in the long run.
Compare wedding insurance quotes to get the best deal, as wedding insurance policies can be amended to suit your level of cover. If you want to go all out and spend money on hand delivered personalized cards, or whether you choose to keep costs down on your stationary - if you specify your needs to your wedding insurance provider, they will be able to draw up a wedding insurance policy to suit you.
Perhaps the more modern take on wedding invitations is to use the internet and emails. Rather than spending money on paper invitations, more couples are using websites and emailing lists to organise their big day. Nowadays you can send your invited guests one piece of paper to ‘save the date’, and point them to an online website to find out the rest. Information on the location, travel details, hotels, wedding lists and even seating plans can be arranged online. You can even share all the wedding photos online too!
By sending out your invitations electronically, you can easily keep track of who will or won’t be attending your wedding. It also saves on paper, and is better for the environment too. With most people using emails to organise their private as well as their work life, you may find you have a much quicker response than you would if you were using traditional ‘snail mail’.
Whilst wedding insurance is very useful to insure the costs of investing in paper invitations and stationary, you could reduce that cost in the first place by using emails and the internet.
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John Lewis Insurance offers a range of insurance services selected by the John Lewis Partnership. These include car, home, pet, life, travel, wedding and event insurance products.
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