Protect Your Wedding Day With Essential Wedding Insurance From ADNIC
Whether your wedding day is an intimate gathering of close family or a huge bash to rival any A-lister, saying those vows is an incredibly important occasion with many factors to consider, goods to order, dresses to buy, a venue to book and guests to invite and cater for. If the recent global pandemic of COVID-19 has taught us anything, it is that you can never be too careful or too prepared for any eventuality. Due to coronavirus and the subsequent lockdown, many engaged couples expecting to get married in recent months — be it in a fabulous five-star UAE hotel or abroad at a stunning destination wedding — would have faced the stress of postponing their happy day, and it’s not just unforeseen natural crises that can derail a wedding.
Two of the most common reasons couples buy wedding insurance is to protect against venue cancellation or supplier failure — which can cause a considerable amount of financial and emotional distress. Sometimes, through no fault of their own, brides- and grooms-to-be will face the dilemma of needing to postpone their wedding day, which is why the UAE’s leading provider of national insurance, ADNIC, is offering couples the opportunity to protect their wedding day plans with a unique, comprehensive insurance policy.
ADNIC’s new wedding insurance policy — called Mabrouk — is the first of its kind in the UAE, and is specifically designed to reduce the stress that comes with postponing a wedding day and rearranging bookings, to make sure that your special day remains special. No matter the size or budget of your wedding, ADNIC’s Mabrouk insurance will offer you the right kind of protection you need, because the biggest day of your life shouldn’t be left to chance.
ADNIC’s Mabrouk wedding insurance packages come in four categories: Bronze, Silver, Gold and Platinum. These policies offer couples a range of essential benefits including cover against unforeseen losses arising from the wedding day being postponed or cancelled, plus financial compensation for the loss or damage to key items such as bridal-wear and ceremonial attire, wedding rings, wedding gifts, flowers and the wedding cake — after all, such carefully planned and pre-booked details can be costly.
If your purse strings snapped shut at the thought of how much a wedding cake costs, imagine having to pay for a second if you need to postpone your wedding day and you are not protected by wedding insurance. ADNIC’s comprehensive insurance policies will provide the icing on the cake in case of unforeseen circumstances or damages on the day.
ADNIC’s Mabrouk wedding insurance policy packages offer a range of financial cover to suit your budget. Starting with the Bronze package, policy holders can receive up to AED75,000 compensation in the event the wedding day needs to be cancelled, and up to AED37,500 if the big day needs to be rearranged; meanwhile, Platinum — the optimal package — provides policy holders with financial protection of up to AED1million in respect of cancellation and up to AED500,000 in the event of postponement.
All four of Mabrouk’s insurance policies will protect your legal liability in the event that guests experience sickness from food or drink provided by the hospitality vendor. The Silver, Gold and Platinum policies offer comprehensive benefits, including compensation for the loss or damage of certain items, including wedding rings and wedding attire, protection from vendors failing their contractual obligation to supply wedding cars and transport, for example, and recompense from unexpected but necessary expenses incurred from the photography and video teams.
To receive your personal quote for ADNIC’s Mabrouk wedding insurance, simply apply for a quote online through ADNIC’s website. You can also complete an insurance proposal form with the details of your wedding day, and choose the corresponding insurance policy package that you would like your wedding day to be covered by.
To find out more, call ADNIC toll free on 8008040, or email [email protected].
*This post is sponsored by ADNIC