In this episode of “Things They Don’t Tell You About…” couples share what they learned about each other after getting married and the advice they never received about marriage. Financial expert Nicole Lapin also discusses wedding insurance policy and how it can help you prepare for any wedding day mishaps.
What is something you learned about each other… after getting married that you didn’t know before?
- Oh, I didn’t know he could cook.
- She takes a very long showers.
- Oh, stop.
- I was under the impression, like, wow, I’ve got someone who’s really neat.
- I was… I was trying to impress her.
- I learned that you’re a really great wife.
What is the best advice… you never received about getting married?
- How important it is to eat throughout the day on your wedding day.
- That you married the entire family, as well as marrying the woman.
- Never take too much advice.
- True. True.
- Talk about finances as in-depth as possible. With finances people really want to be hush hush, but you never know how someone is with money if you don’t talk about it.
Finish this sentence: The morning of my wedding, I woke up and thought…
- Oh, God, what time is it?
- What am I getting myself into? No.
- I hope she shows up.
NICOLE LAPIN: Wedding insurance. Yes, it is a real thing. And it can save you from all the unforeseen disasters that can happen when two people decide to get married and plan their monumental event. Do not let your perfect day turn into a perfect waste of money.
Wedding insurance policies? So what do they cover? Fees and expenses due to extreme weather. They cover you for no-show vendors, alcohol-related accidents, and other expensive inconveniences. Amica offers wedding insurance policies to suit the occasion, and has even partnered with two exclusive event insurance companies to do so.
And once you’ve married your perfect someone and start building the rest of your lives together, it’s the ideal time to protect the one you love and consider life insurance. For many newlyweds now is the first time they’ve shared a joint financial obligation. Having Amica customize coverage to help protect the financial future you’re building together is a great next step. Something they don’t tell you about that you’ll be extremely glad you did.