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When you picture your perfect backyard wedding, what do you see? A hug from your mom just before you walk outside; lanterns glowing on the pathways; saying “I do” in the garden you grew up in? Cutting the cake your best friend made for you, and watching the stars come out as candlelight flickers across the faces of your friends and family? Having a wedding at home is a beautiful way to keep your celebration intimate and meaningful, not to mention a smart strategy for keeping your budget in balance on the big day. No matter what your perfect at-home wedding looks like: don’t forget to insure it.
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Planning a wedding? There are many risks associated with hosting a wedding: your guests may damage the venue or the rented furniture or the sound system. Your guests could trip on temporary carpeting or a wine spill on the dance floor and injure themselves.
The wedding ceremony in your parent’s back yard was more beautiful than you imagined. Later in the evening, the reception is in full swing when a scream pierces the music on the temporary dance floor. One of your parents' work friends – a highly successful yoga instructor– has slipped on some spilled wine and torn all the ligaments in her knee.
There are a lot of scenarios that could impact your big day: why not transfer these risks to insurance? You protect your car when you are driving buy buying insurance – why not your wedding…. and at a much lower cost.