Wedding & Event Insurance
Protect Your Big Day
Planning a wedding is a big investment. Take a moment to get a quote on protecting memories that can last a lifetime. Nearly every risk is covered, from the rehearsal to the last dance, and even brunch the next morning.
What Does Wedding Insurance Cover?
Cancellation or Postponement
Cancellation or postponement of your wedding or event due to family illnesses, severe weather or military deployment.
Photographers and videographers that either do not show up for the event or do not deliver photos and videos when promised.
Coverage of wedding gifts.
Special Attire and Jewelry
Coverage for lost or damaged dresses or attire and special jewelry coverage that includes lost or damaged wedding rings.
Lost deposits, such as those paid to bakers, caterers, bridal boutiques and wedding venues that went out of business.
Additional expenses may include replacing a damaged wedding cake, spoiled food and other glitches in catering and entertainment.
Liability Insurance is an optional coverage that can provide coverage for bodily injury, property damage and personal injuries to third parties at the location of your event.
Liquor Liability Insurance
This is an optional coverage designed to protect the honorees and named insured against on premises alcohol-related accidents. For example, if an accident is caused by an intoxicated guest at the event site, that could result in liability for you. Liquor liability coverage is available up to the liability limit on the policy. Liability coverage must be purchased to acquire this additional coverage option.
Get protection that can give you peace of mind when you're on the road.
Renters insurance can help to cover more than your personal property. It can help to protect you from personal liability, so you can rest easy.
From jewelry to collectibles, you may have more valuables than you realize. And your home insurance policy may not provide the coverage you need.
Explore some of the most common wedding insurance claims and learn how to help protect against the unexpected on your wedding day.
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Help protect personal items that may have limited coverage amounts or no coverage under the homeowners, condo or renters insurance policy.