Weddings are an expensive business, from the dress to the venue, and then there's the photographer - it all costs a pretty penny.
That's why getting the right wedding insurance to protect your big day is essential.
Guess what? Protect Your Family helps you find the right cover for you and your budget - what's not to like?
Enter some details about yourself, what you want to insure and what you want from your policy
Our clever comparison tool will search the market for you to find the policy that suits you and your budget
We will then be in touch to remind you that your policy is up for renewal and you can compare again
When's the happy day and how much is it going to cost?
Enter the full names and dates of birth of the happy couple.
Enter the details of the venue and reception.
Tell us the total number of guests attending your big day!
It's fast approaching wedding season and, due to the spread of Coronavirus, many people are understandably worried about possible disruptions to their wedding plans.
Whether you are travelling abroad for the big day, or you are concerned about guest travel from infected countries, we've put together some guidelines to help you understand how Coronavirus might affect your wedding insurance policy.
Our wedding insurance cover does not cover cancellation or rearrangement due to any claim resulting from issues regarding travel bans, flight cancellations or government acts, regulations or bans on public gatherings.
BUT, under our wedding insurance cover, cancellation WILL cover:
1. The venue booked for the wedding or wedding reception being unable to hold your wedding due to an outbreak of infectious or contagious disease (which could include Coronavirus), damage to the venue, murder or suicide at the premises or closure of the venue by the relevant authority.
2. The death, injury or sickness or you or your close relative which would make it inappropriate to continue the wedding.
Insuring your wedding day means protecting yourself against the risks that come from organising such a large event. If your suppliers, venue, caterers or more fail to provide you with what they have promised, you could be left out of pocket without insurance.
The earliest you can take out your policy is two years before your wedding date. Generally, it is a good idea to know how much you are planning to spend before buying your policy. Be aware that some venues also require you to show proof of wedding insurance before you can book.
We offer a policy up to two years in advance of your wedding date.
Your policy needs to be in the name of the person who is most financially liable for your wedding. This might be you or someone else, such as your parents.
Our online comparison tools give you peace of mind that your insurance needs are taken care of, with a product and price that suits you and your family budget. As well as insurance, we also compare other products that protect you, including breakdown cover, mobile phones and broadband.
So, next time that insurance renewal email drops into your inbox or the letter lands on your doormat, don't ignore it – let us help Protect Your Family. Fill in our simple online quote form and compare products to suit your pocket and the people you love.