What kind of losses are not covered by the policies?

Every type of insurance policy contains certain exclusions to coverage. The most common exclusion in all insurance policies is the exclusion for pre-existing or known conditions. That is, if the condition you are looking to make a claim on existed prior to purchasing the policy, then the condition is excluded from coverage. Cancellation and Postponement exclusions include the following: Covid-19 …

How do I file a claim?

Call 1-800-426-1064 or visit our weddings claim page to begin the process of filing a claim. We will respond to all claims in a timely manner so there are no delays in processing your claim. If you have a loss resulting from a theft, please report it to the police immediately and submit a copy of your police report with …

Does wedding insurance have a deductible?

Wedding Cancellation and Postponement insurance has no deductible. For Liability insurance, third party bodily injury claims have no deductible. Damage to your venue has a $1,000 deductible.

Does eWed insurance cover wedding gifts?

Yes, wedding gifts, including items, gift cards and checks that are lost or damaged seven days prior to and seven days after your wedding are covered up to the applicable limit set forth in your policy. There is a limit on cash, checks, and gift cards.

How close to my wedding or event can I purchase wedding insurance?

eWed Insurance’s wedding cancellation coverage can be purchased up to the day before your wedding. If purchased less than 14 days prior to the wedding date there are exclusions for cancellation or postponement due to severe weather. eWed Liability Insurance’s wedding liability coverage can be purchased up to one (1) day prior to your event date.

When should I purchase wedding insurance?

It’s a good idea to purchase a policy as soon as you begin paying vendor deposits. Caterers, photographers and other vendors usually require a significant non-refundable deposit up front, with the remainder due by the day of your wedding.