Monday, December 15, 2008

Wedding Insurance. A couple hundred to budget for.

This wedding planner says buy wedding insurance. Let's make certain your wedding isn't effected by the current economy woes. If you lose your deposit with a wedding professional because they had to close shop, wedding insurance could be your sigh of relief.

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Also, did you know that if the amazing Swarvoski champagne toasting flutes you received are accidentally dropped (this did happen), the insurance may replace them? Oh- and you best believe I will find a way to use those suddenly freed crystals at your wedding, so don't toss them in the garbage.
Wedding insurance covers a myriad of things. Go to WedSafe.com to learn more about what types of coverage might be best for you. I know, this is one of those things that isn't exactly a fun thing, but still a good thing.

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