Hey y'all — happy Monday!
So, with it being the holidays, I'm willing to bet there's more than a few of you reading this who might've JUST gotten engaged! No matter if you've been engaged for five months or five minutes, let me say Congratulations!
The engagement period is such a special time — it's just the beginning of your life together with your partner. But let's face it, it's also a really busy time! Between engagement parties, showers, and all that goes into planning the wedding day, you might not have even given a thought to insuring that precious new (or vintage) piece of jewelry on your finger!
Well, consider this a gentle reminder. You see, your engagement ring is more than just a piece of jewelry — it's a symbol of your love, your relationship, and the special moment in time when your future spouse asked you a very important question – to spend the rest of your life together!
Your new ring is something that should be celebrated and enjoyed every day, not locked away for safekeeping. Protecting your ring from theft, damage, or loss is as important as protecting anything else of great value, and the best way to ensure that your ring is protected is to get it insured.
Jewelers Mutual® Insurance Company-a company started 101 years ago- offers arguably the most comprehensive coverage for insuring your ring and other jewelry.
Just like your engagement ring- the details are what makes Jewelers Mutual special:
- They cover your ring world-wide, wherever you go- go with peace of mind
- They encourage you to work with the jeweler of YOUR choice when repairing or replacing your piece
- They work tirelessly to replace your piece with SAME kind and quality, not just LIKE
- They cover real life. Many times you can’t pinpoint how or where your piece went missing- that’s why Jewelers Mutual covers mysterious disappearance
Protect your most precious memories by insuring your ring today! Check out Jewelers Mutual for more information on their coverage, and get a free quote today.
Editor's note: Due to the pandemic, some of the general wedding planning advice we share may not be applicable or possible due to restrictions on events. Please adhere to all current regulations and stay safe and healthy! Get more resources for planning a pandemic wedding here.