Like with all types of insurance policies, what a wedding insurance policy covers will vary from one provider to another and often there are different levels of cover, from the very basic (often relatively inexpensive) to the most comprehensive (you can expect to pay a bit more of a premium here). Below are just some of the components that are typically covered by wedding insurance:

When it comes to the cost of wedding insurance, again, this will vary greatly from one provider to another and will depend on the level of coverage you want from the policy, ranging from as little as $215 to as much as $1,300. The level of coverage you purchase will also affect how much you can claim and typically the higher the coverage, the more in terms of expenses you’ll be able to recoup should any hiccups occur. Learn more about what is typically covered under a basic wedding insurance policy here.

Before deciding on which insurance plan to go for, always make sure you fully understand the details (and always read the small print) e.g. what is not covered by the policy as well as what is, who the coverage extends to, if any, e.g. key members of the wedding party/ members of the bride/groom’s immediate family and the claim period i.e. the time frame within which a claim can be made to be able to recoup any losses etc.