What Is A Wedding Contract?
A wedding contract is an agreement between the couple and someone offering a service. They make sure that everyone is one the same page and provide you with proof if something were to happen.
You may need to talk about travel in your wedding contract if you are working outside of your vendor’s usual perimeters. This might cover the cost of travel, who is in charge of organizing that travel, and whether you will include the vendor’s meals.
Cancellations Or Postponements
There are times that weddings need to be postponed or certain aspects have to be canceled. This section of the wedding contract will cover what happens if either were to happen, including their rebooking and refund policies.
This should cover everything the vendor is going to provide you for your wedding. This includes what they are bringing, the people providing it, and any details you may need about how to communicate with one another.
When will you need to pay? Are those payments refundable? Do you need a deposit? The payment section of this contract is arguably one of the most important. After all, you want to make sure that everyone is one the same page.
Termination is different from a cancellation. This is when the couple and the vendor decide to terminate their relationship. You need to ensure it includes what happens if one of you decides to end the working relationship.
Wedding contracts don’t have to be as scary as they sound. Learning everything there is to know about a wedding contract means you’ll be prepared for any that comes your way.