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17-Jan-2018 01:04

our vision of your wedding day may be full of pretty Pinterest-y images and stomach-flipping emotion, but it should also include the calm confidence that you have solid wedding contracts backing you up.

Contracts control your money, and they control the products and services you will receive on your wedding day.

Additionally, a written contract prevents problems from ever arising because no one has to rely on memory as to the terms of the agreement.

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The problem with a verbal contract is that there is almost no way to prove that you are right, even if you KNOW that you never would have ordered five bouquets when you have eight bridesmaids. Some contracts must be in writing in order to be enforceable (for example, contracts for services that cannot be completed within one year or contracts for the sale of goods over 0).

If your mom and dad have agreed to pay for the venue, they need to be the ones signing the contract.

Does your vendor require some (or all) of the money up front before they will do any work, or do they send you an invoice after the wedding?

Memorize this line, “I would really like for us to put all of this down in writing so that we don’t have to remember all the details.” The key here is just to get a basic description of your agreement in writing and signed by both people. Your contract with the florist calls for all white flowers and he shows up bearing nothing but tiny bundles of baby’s breath. Attach photos, magazine clippings, or the florist’s sketches.

Your goals here are twofold: First, you want the vendor to be able to use this contract to meet your requests and make your wedding day exactly as you envision it.

The problem with a verbal contract is that there is almost no way to prove that you are right, even if you KNOW that you never would have ordered five bouquets when you have eight bridesmaids. Some contracts must be in writing in order to be enforceable (for example, contracts for services that cannot be completed within one year or contracts for the sale of goods over 0).

If your mom and dad have agreed to pay for the venue, they need to be the ones signing the contract.

Does your vendor require some (or all) of the money up front before they will do any work, or do they send you an invoice after the wedding?

Memorize this line, “I would really like for us to put all of this down in writing so that we don’t have to remember all the details.” The key here is just to get a basic description of your agreement in writing and signed by both people. Your contract with the florist calls for all white flowers and he shows up bearing nothing but tiny bundles of baby’s breath. Attach photos, magazine clippings, or the florist’s sketches.

Your goals here are twofold: First, you want the vendor to be able to use this contract to meet your requests and make your wedding day exactly as you envision it.

Yep, it is totally annoying when someone does it in conversation, but it is totally awesome in a written contract.