No sorry, not that kind of protection…. There are some things I don’t give clients advice on –

This has to do with protecting yourself, your investment and also yourself against possible liability.

While I’m a true believer that true love concurs all… there are times when wedding protection insurance is a very prudent move…

I’ve seen and heard of numerous occasions where the wedding didn’t or almost didn’t happen because less than a month before the big day the families were still locked in the negotiations of their pre nuptial agreement.

I used to be a big proponent of wedding insurance for winter weddings…. Winters in Philadelphia can run from no snow to over your head in the matter of a couple days – but lately with some of the crazy rain, flooding and every other kind of weather you can imagine it helps any time of the year…

Destination wedding… you bettcha – wanna guess how many destination weddings were cancelled, postponed or moved during the swine flu scare in Mexico?

There are a number of companies offering wedding planning insurance – covering items from cancellation because of weather, medical issues, even construction issues with the venue…

How about insuring deposits if a vendor doesn’t show up, a ruined wedding gown or wedding gifts stolen from your hotel room….

The other thing I always recommend is liability insurance- some can be added on to wedding cancelation policies –

Most homeowners insurers will offer a one day event rider… in case the hotel carpet gets ruined, someone knocks over an antique lamp in your reception venue, or a bridesmaids “guest” gets drunk and hurts himself and wants to sue you….

Anything can happen… it’s good to be covered…

Working with a professional wedding planner can help eliminate some of these issues by referring you to reputable event professionals –

Making sure the event professionals you work with carry liability insurance is always a good idea…we do…