Updated: Jun 30
So you've booked your wedding, planned your way down the last couple of remaining weeks, and you suddenly receive an email from your wedding venue reminding you to submit your event insurance policy to them. What do you do now?!
First, most venues require this as a precautionary measure that protects both yourself, your guests, and the venue in the event any injuries or damages may happen while your event is taking place. We recommend using a site called Event Helper. (https://www.theeventhelper.com) This website makes signing up for your event insurance policy a breeze! It's very quick and user friendly. We have also found they have some of the lowest priced policies available compared to other event insurance companies. However you can use any insurance company you prefer, even your own auto insurance company! If you are a booked bride here at The Wallace Ranch, let's take a look at some of the common information you will need when filing out your policy.
Coverage - If you will have a licensed bartender serving alcohol, then alcohol liability is not required to be selected, however we do require a $1 million dollar liability policy coverage, which you can obtain in most cases for less than $200. The pricing does change slightly based upon your guest count.
You will list the venue as "The Wallace Ranch" and list yourself as the policy holder.
Also, if your event spans across multiple dates on the property, you would list each of those dates to ensure they are covered.
Once you have completed the policy, simply forward a copy of the full policy to us, and you are all set to go! If you have any questions please feel free to reach out!