Essential cover for your big day – and the run-up
A civil partnership or gay wedding is a big investment, and often at least a year in the planning. From the moment you start to spend money on your event, it’s sensible to take out insurance for your civil partnership or wedding. That way, any deposits you put down, or anything else you spend, could be protected from things going wrong.
What could go wrong?
Our civil partnership insurance will cover you for a wide range of unfortunate eventualities such as:
- Suppliers letting you down or going out of business
- Illness or injury of any of the main party (partners and close family)
- Extreme weather, such as a floody
- The loss, damage or theft of key items such as the rings, cake, attire and gifts.
You can even have public liability insurance (some venues won’t take your booking without it), personal liability insurance, personal accident cover for you or your partner, and legal expenses cover.
Being unable to use your wedding or reception venue
Things can go wrong with your wedding venue or reception venue. You may then be unable to get your deposit back, and you may incur extra costs in having to change venue (for example, printing new invitations). Possible reasons for a failure of your wedding venue include:
- Your wedding venue may have experienced a flood, fire or storm damage
- Your venue may go bankrupt
- Building or refurbishment work may not have been completed on time
- Your wedding venue may be closed down for environmental health reasons
- Your venue may lose its licence to sell alcohol.
One extra great reason to go with WeddingPlan
Everything you see on our website refers equally to civil partnerships, LGBT weddings and straight weddings, so feel free to browse – it just means we don’t have to repeat everything here.
What you do need to know is that we welcome your business. Our online purchasing process, and our customer service team, are both fully geared up to help you protect your gay wedding or civil partnership (for example, we’ve ensured it’s possible for both partners to register as ‘Mr’ or ‘Ms’).