Wednesday, 23 February 2011

{Wedding Wednesday} Wedding Insurance {Guest Blog} from Adam Leyton

I get quite a lot of people who ask me about Wedding Insurance,
and I have no idea honestly. So I asked Adam Leyton from if he could share some help and information regarding Insurance for your Wedding.

Wedding Insurance: How To Prevent Being One Of The 'Other' People

Once you become engaged you tend to feel very optimistic,
which is likely to mean that wedding insurance is one of the last things on your mind. But just make sure it isn't still one of the last things you think about before the big day itself.

When the love of your life proposes or accepts your proposal,
the last thing you're likely to be thinking about is wedding insurance.
Once you become engaged you start feeling excited and optimistic.
The idea that anything can go wrong seems absurd.
To have arrived at such a happy state of things life has gone well,
and you'll almost certainly be buoyed up by feelings of euphoria.

Wedding insurance is for those people who have rather fragile lives, where things often go wrong. Wedding insurance is for those people whose life stories end up being published in gossip magazines or reported in the news. Wedding insurance is, essentially, for other people.

Not for the likes of you whose life has taken a dramatic step towards blissful perfection.

Of course, there's nothing wrong with thinking like this.
As long as you're not still thinking like this when it comes to the big day itself. Because the truth is that those people whose weddings were ruined or cancelled thought exactly the same way as everyone else -
that bad things only happen to other people.

There's no reason why anybody should consider themselves safe, and when weddings go wrong it is rarely because of anything which could have been foreseen or prevented. Weddings necessarily involve placing a great deal of faith in other people, and a great deal of money too, which makes wedding insurance a necessary safety net to guard against you becoming one of the 'other people' things happen to.

Written by Adam Leyton from
See the website for more information on wedding insurance and a comparison table of UK insurers.

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