...the average wedding still tops the $30,000 mark—and with a hefty investment of that magnitude, many are apt to secure special coverages and protection for this highly personal event.
Hannibal, Missouri (PRWEB) May 06, 2011
Trust GDC a locally based insurance agency and risk management provider – serving Missouri, Illinois and beyond – is constantly striving for ways in which they can better serve their clients. With the long-awaited arrival of spring, the team at Trust GDC has created a wedding insurance survival guide, guaranteed to educate couples as they prepare for wedding season.
Although you may not like to think about it, unexpected accidents and disasters have the potential to strike your big day. Your wedding is meant to be one of the most memorable experiences of your life—and definitely one of the largest milestones—so how can you properly protect your special event from unfortunate snafus? Trust GDC has got your answer!
Things to consider: each couple and each wedding are unique—who’s to say one wedding scenario is the same as the next? Is your outdoor wedding at risk due to potential weather threats? Is there a strict alcohol policy at the venue of choice? Consider any and all areas where your liability may be an issue.
What can a Missouri wedding insurance policy cover?
1. Typical wedding packages will provide coverage for the site of the ceremony and reception by mediating the cost of an unavoidable cancellation – such as damage or inaccessibility to the venue.
2. If severe weather conditions prevent key players, such as the bride and groom, to be present at the ceremony – or prevent the event from happening all together – wedding insurance can cover rescheduling and all the delicate details involved.
3. Vendor no-show can also be covered in a comprehensive wedding insurance package. If the caterer or officiate fail to show up, a wedding insurance policy commonly covers cancellation or postponement.
4. Wedding insurance may also include coverage if sickness or injury to the bride, groom or another essential wedding party member is unable to make the special event.
Oftentimes, weddings tend to be lavish and expensive events. Although today’s couples attempt to scale back their plans, to fit within a reasonable budget, the average wedding still tops the $30,000 mark—and with a hefty investment of that magnitude, many are apt to secure special coverages and protection for this highly personal event.
About Trust GDC:
For 128 years and counting, Trust GDC has been dedicated to creating long-term relationships with its clients and companies the agency represents. Providing a combination of business strategies, insurance and risk management, with integrity and trust, has lead Trust GDC to evolve into a most well-respected Missouri insurance agency. Striving to act in their clients’ best interest through professionalism, ethical business practices and continual education, Trust GDC also serves the diverse insurance needs of Illinois and beyond.
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