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Insurance for weddings and receptions is something that many couples never even consider. Planning for this joyous occasion gets going in full speed and before long; you have turned your focus on everything but the insurance. Unfortunately, while every bride and groom would love their wedding day to go off without a hitch, things do happen that are out of their control. Perhaps the limo driver does not show up, maybe someone in the band walks out, it might be that something is spilled on the floor and a guest slips. Anything can happen and while you hope it will not, it can.

This is why insurance is so important. Although you cannot stop things from going wrong, you can save yourself from being sued or being forced into a position that could cost you money or reputation. Interestingly, most wedding insurance policies are reasonably priced. In fact, you can get a simple policy starting as low as $150, which is a drop in the bucket compared to what could happen. Regardless of the size or location of your wedding, you should seriously consider adding an insurance policy to your budget. It could be more of a lifesaver than you think.

Wedding insurance policies are specially designed for weddings. They protect you in a number of ways, potentially saving you thousands of dollars and massive headache. For instance, if your wedding were to be canceled or postponed due to an emergency over which you had no control, certain aspects of your wedding would be covered depending on the policy chosen. While insurance policies are purchased for a number of reasons, the main reason is just in case weather or illness strikes.

Wedding insurance policies also help protect your items from loss or damage as well as making sure the property is protected should someone get a little too carried away with the alcoholic beverages. Just imagine having a real shindig with hundreds of people, everyone having a great time, dancing and drinking and then all of the sudden, someone has too much liquid courage and a window gets broken. While you would like to believe that things like this would never happen at your wedding, these situations are what have made Americas Funniest Home Videos such a popular show.

Depending on the type of policy you choose, you can expect the following things to be covered in most cases. Just remember that not all policies are created equal so make sure you understand the policy you buy.

Weather Generally, this type of policy would need to be purchased at least two weeks in advance and would cover unexpected bad weather that would cause a delay or postponement

Key People and the Officiate This coverage would be for unexpected illness or injury of a member of the wedding party or the minister who would not be able to show up and participate in the ceremony

Servers and Vendors This would include caterers, servers, the band or DJ, florist, and so on. Generally, the insurance policy would cover any of your deposits or expenses paid should the wedding have to be rescheduled or, replacement of items to try to keep the ceremony from being postponed.

Other insurance coverage to consider would include a policy for the gifts, wedding gown, grooms attire, and wedding party attire, photography and video, property rental, and personal liability.

Considering the cost is so reasonable for wedding insurance and the coverage so beneficial, you really should take out a policy. After all, when you are finished paying for your wedding and reception, you are probably looking at total costs of anywhere from $5,000 to $50,000. Therefore, a policy that costs a couple hundred dollars is nothing for the protection you get in return.

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