After all the time and money you have spent planning your wedding, the last thing you want to think about is what if something goes wrong. eWed Insurance can help alleviate any stress or worries through our Cancellation & Postponement Insurance and Liability Coverage.

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Wedding Cancellation & Postponement Coverage

  • Extreme Weather, including hurricanes and blizzards
  • Accidents and illnesses affecting you or a family member
  • Unexpected military deployment of the bride or groom

Wedding Vendors

  • Non-refundable deposits and replacement vendor deposits of a wedding vendor goes out of business or doesn't show up on your wedding day.
  • Loss or damage to wedding-day photographs and video files
  • Replacement wedding dress, rush alteration fees, wedding rings, and wedding jewelry, insurance.

Unexpected Expenses

  • Replacing stolen or damaged wedding gifts from your home, care or wedding venue
  • Last minute purchases caused by mishap or unforeseen event
  • Professional counseling for a bride or groom's emotional well being, including up to one year of therapy

Coverage excludes Communicable Disease / Covid-19 related losses

Wedding Liability Coverage

  • Required by many wedding venues, this protects you if your'e held financially liable for property damage, bodily injury or an alcohol related accident
  • Ability to name your venue as an additional insured on your insurance
  • Liability coverage to protect yourself in case a guest is injured or causes damage to the venue
  • Up to $1,000,000 per occurrence and $2,000,000 total for bodily injury and property damage
  • Three full days of coverage, including your rehearsal dinner, wedding day and post-wedding brunch
  • Certificate of Additional Insurance and host liquor liability insurance, which meet your venue's requirements

Wedding Liability Coverage can be purchased any time, up to one (1) day before your wedding day.

Liability policies for only $119!

"There is no more lovely, friendly and charming relationship, communion or company than a good marriage." - Martin Luther, 1483 - 1546