Bride shopping  

 

Most young women have looked forward to their wedding day for their entire lives.  Ask any young lady about her wedding and she can give you specific details about her dress, the wedding cake, her flowers, her shoes…and it all has to be PERFECT! 

 

Preparations for the big day consume hours, days, weeks.  It’s a good thing that there are several months from the time the ring goes on the finger until the “I do’s” are spoken, because all that time will be needed.  From the time the ring goes on the finger, the prospective bride begins making concrete plans.  Usually, the first thing to obsess over is the dress.  Everyone knows that the dress can make or break the entire wedding, so shopping for the best one is a BIG DEAL!  The bride, her maid of honor, the bridesmaids, her mother, his mother—everyone gets in a shopping frenzy while looking for the perfect wedding dress.

 

Next comes the cake.  How many tiers should it have?  What flavor icing?  Who should bake it?  There are so many options it can make a bride’s head spin…

 

And then, there is the venue to be chosen, the officiant, the flowers…oh, my! The flowers!  They must be ordered right away!!

 

And the guys just have to show up and look good in a rented tuxedo…

 

But what happens to all the hours and hours of preparation if the weather doesn’t co-operate on the BIG DAY?  Maybe your beautiful January wedding day is also the day of the big snowstorm.  Or the garden wedding in the spring comes just about the time a tornado hits.  What do you do?

 

Thankfully, a bride can obtain peace of mind by purchasing wedding insurance that will reimburse her for the deposits paid out for the venue.  And the rented tuxedos.  And all that food that’s going to waste while water pours through a damaged roof.  For a small premium those expenses can be covered.  Call Overton Insurance today to get a quote for that peace of mind!

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