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2017-07-01 04:46

蔡英文始终做她的“神隐少女”,唐德明说。
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东北地区准备收储能力2100亿斤,06亿元,png (32.3 KB,美国也摆出了要调解的架势,为啥会被中东“朋友圈”“拉黑”? “Discount? Sign me up sister” but another part of me was wary reBar is a reputable establishment and they have nothing but glowing reviews from past brides but I couldn’t help but feel unprotected from all the terrible horrible he-who-must-not-be-named what if scenarios If Lord Voldemort does show up at our wedding Mr S and I are ready Lord Voldemort via Wikipedia | Personal pictures at Ollivander’s Wand Shoppe (Universal Orlando) The contract we signed with reBar includes a force majeur clause which frees both parties from liability and obligation in the case of “Acts of God” such as hurricanes flooding earthquakes etc With Hurricane Sandy in the not too distant past I had to face the fact that we are not immune to catastrophic events and anything could happen in the year leading up to the wedding?possibly leaving us with no reception venue and no recourse with regard to our $22k upfront payment Eyeballs get back in my head Brooklyn in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy Image via Brownstoner I must have been visibly distraught at this realization when we reviewed this section of the contract because the reBar coordinator informed me of the option of event cancellation insurance Wedding insurance That was a thing Apparently yes After a quick internet search I found WedSafe They have an option for liability insurance and/or event cancellation insurance (We didn’t need liability insurance since we are covered under reBar) Event cancellation insurance though did sound like something I was interested in Basically the policy protects the thousands of dollars we were pouring into this wedding from a slew of possibilities such as extreme weather conditions non-appearance of vendors or loss or physical damage to photographer’s film The last example breaks my heart because I don’t think any amount of monetary compensation would make me feel one iota better about losing the wedding photos ::knock on wood knock on wood KNOCK ON WOOD!:: I don’t want to be a Debbie Downer but I’ve read one too many horror stories on the ‘Bee to fool myself into thinking these things could never happen to me So we decided to fork over the $275 to insure our wedding Is it a wedding industry ploy to milk as much money as they can out of vulnerable brides Probably But my peace of mind is priceless to me (and Mr S as he bears the brunt of my freaking out) Epilogue: Lord Voldemort did in fact show up at our wedding and hit reBar with an Avada Kedavra curse We are still scrambling to find a new venue along with the 200 other couples that had weddings scheduled at reBar (most of whom also made large upfront payments) For the past two days I’ve been either frantically Googling calling venues for availability and pricing or crying again at the unfairness of having to start all over My only consolation: we have recourse for our $22k The vast majority of reBar couples were not insured and are relying on the legal system to take action and who knows how long that will take or if it will even be successful I can’t blame those couples for not getting insurance Are Mr S and I any smarter than they are I don’t think so Nobody *talks* about wedding insurance Here on the Weddingbee boards the thread I found about wedding insurance was from six years ago and the general consensus was that it was unnecessary And had we not handed over such a large sum of money I probably wouldn’t have thought to protect our investment either I hope our story starts a trend in making wedding insurance “a thing” I hope it makes it OK to talk about the what if scenarios before it’s too late The conversations I’ve experienced in the past go something like this: Non-bride: “What if a hurricane hits” Bride: “OH DON’T YOU EVEN SAY THAT! but I’ve decided to leave it as is.