When you are thinking about taking out wedding insurance it is a good idea to read a number of wedding insurance reviews before you make your policy decision, and you can find such reviews in a number of places on-line.
There are comparison tables which list premiums and the cover available from a number of wedding insurers, and this is a great source of information designed to help you discover exactly what extent of cover you can obtain for the kind of money you are prepared to pay.
As well as looking for reviews on wedding insurance to make sure the insurer you choose is reputable, you also want to make sure the policy you choose meets your needs adequately .
For example, make sure you get sufficient cover – there is not much point taking out a policy that gives you £5,000 of cancellation cover if your wedding is costing £20,000.
With that said, a good company like John Lewis offer very competitive coverage. The John Lewis group offers you six levels of wedding insurance, with cover from £10,000 to £100,000 at prices starting from as low as £58.
Another well-known High Street supplier, Debenhams provides cover from as little as £39, and can cover up to £70,000 for cancellation of your wedding and/or reception.
Other insurers which come highly recommended are: WeddingPlan, which provides cover from just £18.49 for all types of weddings and civil partnerships, both in the UK and abroad; ProtectMyWedding, with a choice of five cover levels, with prices starting at just £27.95 and providing cover from £500 up to £50,000; E&L (eight bands of cover ranging from £6,000 to £50,000 from as little as £19.50; Dreamsaver (five levels of cover up to £50,000 and Public Liability up to £5 million); InsureForWeddings (four levels of cover to suit a wide range of budgets, and from as little as £19.99); and My-weddinginsurance, where Brides and Grooms can take out one of their tailored plans or create their own customised insurance package.
Compare as many of these insurance provider reviews as you possibly can. You will find it a very handy and worthwhile guide, giving you most, if not all, the information you require to enable you to make the most informed decision on which wedding insurance is best for you.