Wedding insurance yes or No?
Hi Clare we haven't got any yet but will do :)
yes, just in case x
Yes, definitely its better to be safe rather than sorry :)
yes - would you ask that question about car insurance? or house insurance?
Yes, especially if you can't afford to lose the money 💰
We didn't and my hubby is in the army,
We got ours through top cash back so got money back on a good deal.
Yes! And our venue insists on it before you pay the deposit to secure your date
Yes, Debenhams do cashback gift cards too so you get something bacl
We got it was only 25quid for a decent cover by John Lewis. In the grand scheme of things it's nothing but id rather have it as a just In case! X
Yes!!! We didn't bother with it and our suit company recently went bust after we paid in full! This company was reputable and been in business 100 years! We luckily managed to get the money back through the bank but the same day bought insurance just in case!! If we had insurance at the time we would of saved ourselves a lot of stress and worry!!!
No. Didn't even think of us needing it.
I guess wedding insurance is good for when you hire out lots of different companies for your day, to help protect yourself... Which we didn't do, it'd would of only been our hotel that may of needed cover but all went well for us.
We haven't bothered but to be honest probably should have because we can't afford to lose the money! Only 25 days to go now so doesn't seem like there's any point anymore!
Yes, £50 in the grand scheme of things is nothing compared to the loss if something goes wrong!!
definitely yes. my mum didn't and the venue went bust 6 weeks before hand
For the sake of £25 to cover £15,000 defo worth it.
Yes. Absolutely. Got mine from John Lewis about £60
Yes, it's a relatively small price to pay for piece of mind, but do check the small print for what's covered
Yes definitely, I paid £25 and that's a very small price to pay for peace of mind!
Yeah... i have just done mine yesterday. I get wed next june and got it through Debenhams with more than enough cover and it cost £59.
And I get a £10 voucher too. Xx
I plan to. Tried to get it but because my wedding is 2020 it wouldn't allow me to do it yet would only allow 2 years before x
Most definitely. You wouldn't go on holiday without insurance that you hope you will never have to use. You can get it pretty cheap and hopefully will never have to use it but better to be safe then sorry.
Yes! Although it depends how much of a risk taker you are x
Yes! small price to ensure you are covered!
I didn't use mine, but for the peace of mind, it was well worth it!
I'd say yes, but we've tried to get it but because my partner has a heart condition no1 will insure us so make sure u read the small print wen u do find 1
I say yes. I heard someone had their wedding transport cancel on them a week before the wedding, the insurance payed for replacement. We have insurance, it isn't too expensive really considering what you could lose.
Not bothering with it
I'm a 'yes' voter on this one. Jane & David, I got John Lewis insurance but there are lots of companies doing really good wedding cover! Read everyone's comments on here, a few people have lost money when companies have gone bust
Id say yes we have it for ours next year x
Yes. We only paid about £30 for ours so not expensive
Hi, I own a venue dressing business and two of my brides have both been left without a photographer after theirs went into bankruptcy. Both brides had paid in full and may only be getting 10% of their original payments back. We now offer wedding insurance, through a broker, from just £25 a policy.
Sorry to the jump on are wedding booked for august 2018. We already have alot of deposit put down and no insurance would t cover for things we already booked
Definitely yes. It's not even that expensive. You never know what could happen so defo worth getting! X
If you've got a reasonable budget that you've put a lot of savings in, it's worth protecting your investment. We never needed to use our wedding insurance but it was worth it because £10,000 would be impossible to replace if our venue had gone under for example.
Yes, we did. A piece of mind .
No never crossed my mind to get it, everything went smoothly and had no issues :)
Our venue cancelled 14 days before the wedding so I say a great big Yes
Yes! I didn't and my videographer went bankrupt and I will never see my £500.... Learn from my mistake xx
Yes, it's really cheap and the cost is next to nothing compared to if one of your suppliers decides not to honour a contract.
Yes! We went with Debenhams and got a £10 gift card which I spent on my H2Bs birthday present, so win win 👍🏻😂
Definitely YES it's not worth the worry of not having any. Weddings can be quite costly - unless you have a money tree at the bottom of the garden. Lol. It's 1 less thing to worry about.
Yes just in case
We didnt never knew about it till reading this lol
Hell yes with the amount of bridal stores going under xx
Yes I got Debenhams one for my daughter. Had a few venues go under so didn't want to loose money just in case . It's not expensive.
Yes. It's not at all expensive and worth if for peace of mind and if you happen to need it! 😊 x
Omg yes! You never know what might happen...at least it will cover your money if anything happens!