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Vendor Insurance: Why It’s Crucial for Vendors to Purchase

Vendors are always in close contact with the general public. This along with attending any big event creates a big risk for not only you but the event center as well. It’s important to protect yourself and your products by purchasing vendor insurance. We’ve listed a few reasons below why vendor insurance from Eventsured is important for any vendor to purchase. What is Vendor Insurance? Vendor insurance is liability protection for concessionaires, exhibitors, and vendors. As a vendor at an event, you need to make sure you are covered if something goes wrong. This coverage protects you against any claims and lawsuits that can result from your participation in a public event. Even if your business is not technically selling something you will still need vendor insurance to participate in the event. This is because just being present at an event, selling products or not, can create a liability risk for [...]

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5 Reasons to Have a Winter Wedding

A lot of couples tend to overlook wintertime as a possibility for their wedding. Summer and fall are normally the peak wedding seasons, but that doesn’t mean having a winter wedding doesn’t have its benefits. Yes, it can get cold, but from cheaper prices to amazing decor there are so many reasons to consider beating the heat. Here are 5 advantages to throwing a winter wedding this season. Cheaper Prices As we mentioned, summer and fall are the most popular times to have a wedding, because of this, booking a wedding during those seasons is very expensive. For some vendors and locations the winter is considered their off-season, this means that they are more likely to negotiate on a price. You might get yourself a big discount on your venue just by changing the season you get married in. More Availability Since the winter months are not a prime wedding season, there is less [...]

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How to Have a Sustainable Wedding on a Budget.

We love weddings at Eventsured, the bigger the celebration the better, but we must admit that they can be pretty wasteful at times. The excess food, the leftover flowers, the decorations that you throw away after, and even the jewelry you buy for the wedding can all have an effect on the environment.  The Green Bride Guide: How to Create an Earth-Friendly Wedding on Any Budget states that the average wedding produces 400 lbs of garbage and 63 tons of CO2. With an estimated 2.5 million weddings per year, that is about 1 billion lbs of trash and as many emissions as approximately 4 people would produce in a year, in just a single day. That’s a crazy amount of waste, but with a few easy budget-friendly changes you can have the wedding of your dreams without having to feel any guilt about the impact on the environment. Buy Ethical Wedding Rings Before the wedding, you have to think [...]