Tampa, FL (PRWEB) May 31, 2012
All weddings have travel arrangements of some sorts, especially destination weddings. There are many things to consider when traveling that might be overlooked. Here are five valuable resources when planning a destination wedding:
- Hire an accredited and qualified bridal consultant familiar with your destination. The planner can recommend vendors in the area to aid in the planning process.
- Purchase wedding/event insurance to protect your wedding in the event of unforeseen catastrophic disasters such as postponement/cancellation due to a hurricane.
- The U.S. Department of State Bureau of Consular Affairs offers a wide range of services for United States citizens traveling abroad. From Passport applications to Tips for Traveling Abroad, this site is a must for anyone planning to travel abroad.
- Trip Planner. Simply choose dates of your trip or event and the Trip Planner will search their historical database for weather conditions on those dates in past years.
- Inquire if the venue has back up energy sources in case of power outage during ceremony or reception. Also, if planning an outdoor ceremony/reception be sure to have an alternate indoor plan.
With wedding season upon us, the Wedding Protector Plan® recommends couples to consider insurance options when the destination wedding planning begins. The no-deductible Wedding Protector Plan®, is helping a growing number of couples protect their budget for as little as $160 by covering items such as lost deposits, unavoidable cancellation due to weather or military leave, lost or damaged photographs, gift breakage and more. You can get an instant wedding insurance quote and buy online in minutes,
About the Wedding Protector Plan®
The Wedding Protector Plan®, provides coverage for many problems such as certain severe weather causing wedding cancellation or postponement, transportation shutdowns, lost deposits, and other headaches that can ruin the anticipated celebration.