Wednesday, August 26, 2009
Read the fine print
In the midst of wedding planning blitz, it can be very easy to just scan and sign a contract. But it's crucial that you actually understand what you're signing and what you and the vendor(s) are agreeing to. Wedding contracts should be as explicit as possible. In addition to the event date, deposit paid, amount due, it should spell out exactly what you're getting for the price or you are subject to receive only four of your five bridal bouquets, a shorter than expected photography session and so forth. Make sure that you are comfortable with all terms stated in the contract including cancellation policies, refunds, etc.
If you decide to retain the services of A Party to Perfection, we request that you provide us with copies of all of your vendor contracts for our review. We want to ensure that you receive all of the agreed upon services contracted and that everyone involved with YOUR wedding knows what is expected of them.