WedSafe was established in 1999 by a couple that could not find insurance protection for their wedding. Knowing firsthand all the things that could go wrong—such as unpredictable illnesses, severe weather, damage to gifts and wardrobe malfunctions—they saw the advantages of being able to safeguard their investment in their wedding.
Today, WedSafe has evolved into the premier wedding insurance program in the United States. We’ve earned this title through our long history of providing quality coverage and service excellence to protect thousands of brides and grooms on their special day.
WedSafe success stories have been featured in leading publications including the
New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Wall Street Journal, Entrepreneur Magazine and more!
The program is backed by the following financially stable, industry leaders:
Aon (NYSE: AON) exists to shape decisions for the better—to help protect and enrich the lives of people around the world. Aon colleagues provide our clients in over 120 countries with advice and solutions that give them the clarity and confidence to make better decisions to protect themselves.
The WedSafe program is administered by
K&K Insurance Group, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Aon. For over 60 years, K&K has been recognized as a leading provider of sports, leisure and entertainment insurance products. As one of the largest managing general underwriters in the U.S., they perform a variety of functions on behalf of the insurance companies they represent, such as: program development, sales and marketing, underwriting, policy issuance and administration, loss control and claims.
You may ask, what does all this mean for you?
You can feel confident that your coverage is arranged by a reputable firm with a long history of safeguarding the financial investments of our clients’ and their loved ones. Sure, insurance is complex. Let us handle the complicated part so you can focus on planning your life together and creating your special event with peace of mind, knowing that if something happens to go wrong, we’ve got it covered.