Tampa, Fl (PRWEB) May 27, 2015
The Wedding Protector Plan, recently released five tips for planning a wedding during an active hurricane season, just in time for National Hurricane Preparedness Week (May 24th – May 30th).
There are many variables to consider when planning a wedding. Unfortunately, severe weather conditions can seriously impact how much a wedding ultimately costs by forcing a cancellation/postponement, which may incur non-recoverable expenses. With the hurricane season on its way, the likelihood of severe weather impeding on wedding planning may be greatly increased.
The Wedding Protector Plan hopes to educate wedding planners, as well as brides and grooms, about severe weather by sharing five essential tips for preparing their event for the imminent hurricane season.
1) Purchase wedding or event insurance from a trusted provider.
Many policies provide coverage for non-recoverable expenses incurred due to severe weather when purchased ahead of time. It is also important to make sure that the insurer is financially stable, to ensure you are covered when you need to file a claim. The Wedding Protector Plan is underwritten by an A+ rated carrier and offers protection, with no deductible, for cancellation and postponement due to severe weather. Purchasing a policy with no deductible is a good investment if you are seeking protection from hurricanes, tornadoes and other kind of severe weather conditions and are concerned about additional out of pocket expenses.
2) Outdoor ceremonies should have an indoor alternative.
An outdoor ceremony may be impossible due to unforeseen weather conditions. In this case, an indoor alternative may save you time, money and worry.
3) When planning a destination wedding, be sure to familiarize yourself with the weather patterns of your destination.
Take the time to familiarize yourself with the region. This way you can assess and perhaps even lower the risk of severe weather interfering with your wedding.
4) Ask your venue about its policies concerning severe weather.
Does your venue have back up energy sources in case of a power outage? How safe is the venue in case something unexpected were to occur? These are important questions to ask during an active hurricane season.
5) Educate yourself about severe weather.
Use resources provided by the National Weather Service to educate yourself about inclement and severe weather conditions.
About the Wedding Protector Plan
The Wedding Protector Plan provides cancellation/postponement wedding insurance coverage that has no deductible for many problems such as severe weather causing wedding cancellation or postponement, transportation shutdowns, lost deposits, and other headaches that can ruin the anticipated celebration. Consumers also have the option to add private event liability as an endorsement to their special event insurance policy. The policy has no deductible.