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Cheap Wedding Bands, Issue #31 -- Getting Affordable Wedding Insurance
July 02, 2013
Affordable Wedding Insurance.
Welcome to the latest issue of "Cheap Wedding Gems".
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Contents:- Affordable Wedding Insurance - Don't fall into the trap of leaving your wedding unprotected until something happens and it's too late!
- Latest articles on my-cheap-wedding.
- Tip of the month.
- Final thought.
Affordable Wedding InsuranceIt's really easy to get caught up in your wedding plans and forget, or put off organising your wedding insurance.
Please don't be that person. While none of us wants to think about what would happen if something did go wrong can you really afford to leave it to chance?
Thankfully wedding insurance is one wedding related product that doesn't cost a lot of money yet it can save you thousands of pounds it the proverbial hits the fan!
Have a read through my article on wedding insurance to get a feel for what you can get and what you should expect to be covered.
Latest articles on my-cheap-wedding.co.uk
Do you have your heart set on a pair of one off shoes but can't bring yourself to pay the designer prices?
I was recently contacted by Ali who runs a company offering a bespoke service where they can cover your shoes in crystals to match your dress or accessories. They can cover your existing shoes or they can sell you a pair of shoes from stock which they can customise for you.
They can also cater for all budgets by varying the type of crystals used.
Check out the article on these fab shoes and drop Ali a note of you'd like more information by simply completing the enquiry box at the bottom of their article.
Tip of the month.I've been saying it for a number of years now and I'm glad to say that I now have some major backup in the form of "Which Magazine".
I've always been of the opinion that SOME vendors increase the price they quote you when they know that they're quoting for a wedding.
In the July 2013 edition of Which magazine they run an article titled "Weddings: pay the price" in which they compare prices from venues, photographers and DJ's when asking for quotes for weddings and a family reunion party.
They found that in several cases they "were offered a worse deal for a wedding than for a family reunion party"..."One Edinburgh-based DJ said the wedding would cost £300-£350, compared with "200-"250 for the family party". Read the rest of the article on the Which website at www.which.co.uk/weddings
I'd never suggest that all wedding suppliers would do this but it is worth bearing it in mind when talking to vendors and getting quotes.
Final ThoughtKeep haggling and don't forget to get at least three quotes for everything.
Until next month...
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