(PRWEB UK) 15 March 2013
Wedding Insurance may not be at the top of the to do list, but there are many reasons why it should be. A wedding day should be one of the happiest days of a couple's life. Months, even years of planning should mean that you can enjoy that one special day, the wedding of dreams, so why leave anything to chance?
You may have made all the arrangements for forthcoming wedding or you might still be in the midst of planning, whatever stage of the wedding, it can be costly, know just how costly a wedding can be.
On average, weddings now cost over £20,000 – a substantial amount of money to lose should the big day have to be re-arranged or cancelled, that’s why protection, financially, in the run up to the wedding is worthwhile. Although trying the best to ensure that things run smoothly, it’s often the case that certain elements of the wedding are out of control.
My-Wedding Insurance provides protection should the unexpected happen, giving you peace of mind and great benefits. You can chose from a selection of Set Package policies or get a cheap wedding insurance quote by selecting the benefits you require and tailor-make your own wedding insurance policy. What’s more, when you apply online, you will receive a 30% online discount. My-Wedding Insurance are so confident in our products that you will even find them on wedding insurance comparison sites.
The wedding insurance benefits include cover for the following:
Cancellation and Expenses
Wedding Cars and Transport
Photographs and Video/DVD
Rings, Cakes, Stationery and Flowers
10 tips to save money on your wedding
Weddings can be very costly but there are several ways to save money when planning your big day. See our top10 tips below:
Get all your friends and family to take photos on your wedding day and keep these photos as a memory of your big day. Taking copies of their photos will be much cheaper than hiring a photographer and most of the time the photos taken by people close to you are much more natural than the posed ones.
It’s not what you know, it’s who you know. If you know someone who makes wonderful cakes, they will not only do this for you at a reduced price, but you will have more freedom with the design.
DIY Flowers – why not invest in a day course of flower arranging, especially for wedding bouquets – this way you can make your own wedding bouquet just the way you like it.
DIY Stationery – there are plenty of websites nowadays where you can purchase and tailor-make your own stationery. You can even get your friends to help out.
DIY Venue decoration – there is so much choice of this on the market, so once you know what you are looking for, it can be purchased well in advance of your big day, so you can spread the cost.
If someone in your neighbourhood owns a nice classic car or a carriage, ask if you could hire it from them for your big day. They would be proud and happy to help out whilst earning a bit of pocket money.
Host the reception yourself. If you’d rather have a party at your house or at your parents’ house, why not. Your friends and family will be more relaxed in familiar surroundings.
Catering can also be done by a willing family member at the fraction of a cost when compared to professional caterers.
Smaller jewellers often offer a design service where you can use your existing precious metal jewellery to be melted to create your wedding rings. This could cost a lot less as you are paying for the design service and labour but not the precious metals.
Wedding insurance may not be the most glamorous part of your wedding plans, nevertheless it is very important. It will save you money should the unexpected happen and you would have to cancel or re-arrange your wedding. It’s a small price to pay for a peace of mind.