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  1.  
    • Sainuk
      CommentAuthorSainuk
      CommentTimeAug 1st 2016
     
    Hi I've booked and paid for the deposit of our wedding and was wondering if I should get wedding insurance and if so who would you recommend?
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    • Flossie
      CommentAuthorFlossieGot married 29 months ago
      CommentTimeAug 1st 2016 edited
     
    Definitely.. you never know what might happen and in my opinion it's a wise idea to cover yourself otherwise you could potentially end up losing a large amount of money! I went with [email protected] - the price will depend on the level of cover you need, but I paid £39 for ours and I also got a £10 gift card at the time through a promotion and also £10 cashback through [email protected]@ck dot com.

    Happily married
    18th June 2016
    xx
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    • InDreamland
      CommentAuthorInDreamlandGot married 5 years ago
      CommentTimeAug 1st 2016 edited
     
    I'd definitely get it for peace of mind. We got ours from J0hn l3w15.

    Married the love of my life on Saturday 11th May 2013 xxx
    Had our dream perfect honeymoon in Hawaii!

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    • MaxineP89
      CommentAuthorMaxineP89Got married 13 months ago
      CommentTimeAug 1st 2016
     
    We have insurance and purchased it as soon as we booked our venue. I'm just glad that I have that piece of mind, and all for a one off payment of £38.

    Hopefully we shall never need it - but its there just in case.

    Looking forward to becoming the 3rd and last Mrs McLauchlan


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    • CommentAuthorNicolaB7220
      CommentTimeAug 2nd 2016
     
    Yes I would recommend it. We also got ours from Debenhams with a £10 voucher. Didn't need it but thankfully had peace of mind that it was there, just incase we did.
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    • CamilaL
      CommentAuthorCamilaLGot married 12 months ago
      CommentTimeAug 2nd 2016
     
    I would say yes, We are thinking about getting ours from D3b3nh4ms as well. Haven't booked the venue yet, though.
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    • NicoleW665
      CommentAuthorNicoleW665Got married 15 months ago
      CommentTimeAug 2nd 2016
     
    i think its always best, it's not too expensive especially for the peace of mind, like they say, i'd rather have it and not need it than need it and not have it x

    When we met: August 2009
    When we announced engagement: December 2015
    When we will get married: September 2017
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    • SusanM34
      CommentAuthorSusanM34Got married 25 months ago
      CommentTimeAug 2nd 2016
     
    I would say definitely! In the grand scheme of things, if something was to go wrong I would rather 'lose' £30 - £40 on an unused insurance policy than thousands of pounds without it!

    Became Mrs Maunders on 22nd October 2016!


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    • AnikaM60
      CommentAuthorAnikaM60Got married 19 months ago
      CommentTimeAug 4th 2016
     
    I havent yet but will be. Just because its not too expensive and it really covers you for a lot. I like not having to really worry
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    • CommentAuthorLoz K
      CommentTimeAug 4th 2016
     
    How did you ladies get yours for such a good price? The starting prices I can see on the ones mentioned above are about £60!
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    • SusanM34
      CommentAuthorSusanM34Got married 25 months ago
      CommentTimeAug 5th 2016
     
    I am on a site called [email protected] If i shop through them it gives so much money back but it goes into my daughters bank accounts. Mine was advertised on there so I went for it! Think it cost about £32. It's worth shopping around, but make sure you choose one that will cover the things you want covering. I think the prices go up if you want it to cover things such as marquees and ceremonial swords, etc. (I have neither)

    Became Mrs Maunders on 22nd October 2016!


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    • FayeH
      CommentAuthorFayeHGot married 14 months ago
      CommentTimeAug 11th 2016
     
    Definitley go for wedding insurance - i don't know about most people but bar the house this is the thing i've spent most money on in my entire life - not insuring it seems bonkers!
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    • FayeH
      CommentAuthorFayeHGot married 14 months ago
      CommentTimeAug 11th 2016 edited
     
    Aso, we got ours from ****[email protected]

    EDIT: STORE NAME DISGUISED IN LINE WITH FORUM RULES. MODERATORS
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    • MichelleC961
      CommentAuthorMichelleC961Got married 6 months ago
      CommentTimeAug 11th 2016
     
    Yes I would do get it, we have also gone with debs- we went for a higher one that covers the value more, we have oir venue exclusive use so it's a lot to lose x




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    • MaxineP89
      CommentAuthorMaxineP89Got married 13 months ago
      CommentTimeAug 11th 2016
     
    £36.15 We used W3dd1ng [email protected] 1n5uranc3. Went for the Gold package, as it was slightly higher cover than the actual cost of the day.
    We just did a search on G00gl3 for Wedding Insurance. There is loads to choose from , but worth every penny for peace of mind.

    Looking forward to becoming the 3rd and last Mrs McLauchlan


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    • JoanneM8473
      CommentAuthorJoanneM8473
      CommentTimeAug 12th 2016
     
    We also did ours through [email protected] and paid a one of charge of 59.00 it's Deffo worth looking into for peace of mind if anything was to go wrong and you wouldn't lose a great deal of money if you didnt have to make a claim unlike the costs you could have if things did go wrong x
  17.  
    • CommentAuthorSamanthaW362
      CommentTimeAug 13th 2016
     
    i dont use the wedding insurance.
    i think it's not too important
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    • MichelleC961
      CommentAuthorMichelleC961Got married 6 months ago
      CommentTimeAug 13th 2016 edited
     
    To me wedding important is very important as it covers you Incase anything happens- if the venue went bankrupt or had a fire etc or some other reason and the wedding couldn't go ahead then you are covered- if you don't take insurance then you woukd lose all the money you have paid- if it's a risk yiu are wishing to take then don't bother, but £50 in the grand scheme of the rest of the cost of the wedding is nothing and just gives you that piece of mind :-) xx




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    • Velcro
      CommentAuthorVelcroGot married 4 years ago
      CommentTimeAug 13th 2016
     
    it's worth it, if just for peace of mind. Things probably won't go wrong, but I slept better knowing I was covered, just in case.


    Wibbly wobbly, timey wimey
    *Kelbel* is my wedding twinny!
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