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If you are planning a wedding think about comparing the market for wedding insurance to cover you for the unexpected.
As people across the country dressed up for work in wedding attire last Friday (24th September) to raise money for Breakthrough Breast Cancer as part of the National Wedding Show, which also sees a wedding themed auction, many people will be thinking about getting married.
The average wedding cost is expected to be around £19,6 in 21, so the financial strain of a wedding is considerable, so making sure you have the correct wedding insurance in place is key for peace of mind.
The National Wedding Show auction items include a wedding dress courtesy of designer to the stars Jenny Packham worth more than £25, limited edition Mimi Fuchsia shoes by Rachel Simpson, a Bespoke Cupcake Tower from award bakery The Little Cakery, and a stunning handmade headpiece for the big day courtesy of By Harriet.
For the groom there is a bespoke suit from High Harris up for grabs, pink ribbon wedding stationary worth more than £5 from Mandalay, and flowers for the whole bridal party from Pollen Nation.
The auction is live for bids until the National Wedding Show in London from 1-3 October with new and exciting items being added every day.
National Wedding Show owner Ocean Media will donate 5p from every show ticket in support of Brides at Work, which will result in £3, over 12 months being raised for Breakthrough Breast Cancer.
Compare Wedding Insurance
If you are in the process of planning your big day it is important to remember wedding insurance. Many people spend a lot of money to make their wedding perfect and as such if anything were to go wrong with the venue or a change of heart, wedding insurance could cover this.
Moneymaxim can help you compare the market to get the right amount of cover for your size of wedding, it also looks at policies which can be adapted to cover extras such marquee cover, public liability, or ceremonial swords.