Your wedding ceremony is likely to be one of the most important parts of your whole day. Our wedding insurance policy is flexible and fully inclusive and can be used to cover all types of weddings, ceremonial events and blessings. So, it does not have to be a legally binding ceremony.
Religious weddings are entirely based on the religion of the couple. These weddings focus on uniting the couple together to be partners while strictly following the beliefs and traditions that the religion believe in. Religious weddings can include Muslim, Catholic, Hindu, Jewish, and Christian weddings.
Civil Wedding Ceremonies
A civil ceremony is a marriage without any religious context. As well as registry offices, approved premises include stately homes, hotels, restaurants and more! These types of ceremonies offers a great deal of flexibility to the couple getting married as they can often be personalise their wedding to their individual needs.
Interfaith Wedding Ceremonies
Intermarriage among people of different faith is becoming increasingly common and rightly so. Interfaith ceremonies involve people with varying religious backgrounds but they both do not share a common religion. The wedding ceremonies aim to bond the union and receive blessings from parents and friends.
Humanist Wedding Ceremonies
A humanist wedding is a non-religious celebration that is welcoming, inclusive, and personally tailored to you, focusing on your love story and things that are important to you as a couple. It is conducted by a trained humanist celebrant. It can include unique vows, readings, poems, music, and any rituals you choose, such as handfasting, symbolic knot-tying, or lighting a unity candle. Humanist ceremonies are becoming increasingly common and their popularity is on the rise.
Same Sex Wedding Ceremonies
Same-sex marriage involves two people of same sex and gender and is legal in all parts of the United Kingdom. Same sex couples can marry in a civil ceremony, but can only get married in a religious ceremony if the religious organisation has agreed to marry same sex couples. Same sex couples cannot currently marry in the Church of England or the Church in Wales.
Renewal of Vows Ceremonies
Simply put, a vow renewal is a way to celebrate your existing marriage. Perhaps you've made it to 10, 25 or 50 years together and you want the world to know you'd do it all over again in a heartbeat. There are lots of reasons why a couple might consider celebrating their marriage for a second time, but simply put, a vow renewal is a lovely way of celebrating your marriage all over again.
Regardless of what type of wedding or ceremony you are planning please remember that our policies only cover one single ceremonial event or blessing and one reception. If you are planning multiple ceremonies or receptions then you will need to take out additional cover to cover the additional events.