Wedding Insurance and Sparkling Invitations
Wedding insurance can offer financial protection for an extensive range of wedding stationery. Whether you want to make your own glittering invitations or employ a printer to make them for you, the cost of these crucial items should be included in your wedding insurance.
Wedding insurance policies usually reimburse you for financial losses you incur if your wedding is cancelled or needs to be rearranged. Most wedding insurance policies will include both stationery and printing costs under this section of your wedding insurance policy.
It is worth making yourself familiar with the terms laid out in your wedding insurance documents so that you know what is and isn’t covered. The non-appearance of a registrar or minister, for example, is within the terms of most wedding insurance policies, which goes beyond the usual wedding insurance cover you might expect for your wedding dress, gifts, flowers, or wedding venues.
Similarly, if a close relative is injured or taken ill and the wedding has to be postponed, your wedding insurance may protect you financially. Damage to the wedding dress is also recognised as an acceptable reason for cancellation by most wedding insurance providers.
In a recent poll of 1,700 people, 43% said they would only invite close friends to their wedding due to the tough economic climate. 24% said they would even have their wedding abroad to limit the number of guests attending.1 If you, like the people surveyed, have decided to keep your wedding small there can be advantages.
Having fewer guests could enable you to spend more on individual items, such as glittering invitations, without breaking the bank. Invitations can make excellent keepsakes, often being saved by close relatives as a reminder of the day. If you’re tempted to splash out on expensive wedding stationery it can be reassuring to know that it is usually covered by your wedding insurance.
Homemade invitations can be especially meaningful. If you want to make your own invitations but still fancy a bit of sparkle, then tiny self-adhesive diamantes could be ideal. Should you need to cancel or postpone your big day, the cost of these minute jewels and printing costs could be covered by your wedding insurance.
If you decide to have your invitations printed, some specialist printers offer shimmering, iridescent inks in a range of colours. Professionally printed invitations like these are also included in your wedding insurance.
If you decide to splash out on a limited number of sparkling wedding invitations it can be reassuring to know that in the case of cancellation, the costs could be covered by your wedding insurance.
 - www.telegraph.co.uk/news/8572579/End-of-the-free-wedding-bar-as-couples-cut-back.html
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