6 Ways to Safeguard Your Wedding Day
You’ve met the person you want to spend the rest of your life with — congratulations! Now it’s time to plan the big day, and there’s a lot to think about. But you’ve got this!
Throw the wedding of your dreams and make sure it goes as planned by taking these steps:
Build a binder. Organize your wedding plans in a large binder. This is where you’ll keep all receipts, vendor information, seating charts, etc. It’s smart to have all your must-know info in one spot!
Study the policies. Make sure you read your venue’s contract carefully and agree to all the terms before you sign. It’s important to be in the know about pricing and payments, cancellation policies, rules for outside vendors, etc.
Protect the rings. The rings play a big role in your wedding day — they signify your newly formed bond and life-long commitment, so you’ll want to make sure they’ll always be protected. Your agent is happy to help! Connect with yours today to add extra personal property coverage to your home, renters or condo policy and get the peace of mind you deserve.
Have a “just in case” budget. Weddings are expensive, there’s no doubt about that. But when planning out the budget, make sure you leave a portion for last minute expenses. This way you won’t have to panic should something come up.
Create a backup plan. You’ve got your ideal arrangements in place. Great! Now it’s time to plan for the unexpected. Are you having an outdoor ceremony? Have an indoor venue ready to go in case of rainy weather. Are you using small vendors for the flowers or cake? Have a backup option just in case your plans fall through — it doesn’t hurt to be prepared.
Appoint a personal attendant. If you don’t have the budget for a wedding planner, consider asking a close friend or family member to be your personal attendant the day of. They’d be in charge of dealing with any last-minute details so you don’t have to. It’s one way to ensure your big day will go off without a hitch!
No matter what happens, your wedding will surely be a day to remember. But to help ease your mind and be confident your day will go as planned, take these simple steps. You’ll be happy you thought ahead!
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