Hurricane Season Is Here


From The Wedding Protective Plan FAQ section :

We are only 10 days into the six month long Atlantic hurricane season. If you are planning a Florida wedding sometime between June and November you may want to consider protecting all the energy, time, and money you’ve invested in your big day. The Wedding Protective Plan from Travelers Insurance offers coverage for weddings that are postponed due to severe weather, military deployment, and many other unforeseen circumstances.


Q: Basically, what does the Wedding Protector PlanSM cover? A: The plan can reimburse you if an important item related to your wedding (for example, your ring) is lost or damaged before you get married. The plan can reimburse you in case you lose your deposit if a vendor (for example, your florist) goes out of business before your wedding. You also can receive funds if events beyond your control cause you to postpone your wedding.  You may add coverage to protect you in case someone at your wedding is injured or causes damage to property of others. Of course, certain terms and conditions apply to these coverages, which you will want to review before you purchase your Wedding Protector Plan.

Visit the Wedding Protector Plan at for more information, FAQs, a risk assessment quiz, and a premium calculator.

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