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Wedding Planner Issues When You Change Your Wedding Date

Dec 31, 2012 | Posted by:  abi s


It is easy to change a wedding date with the free wedding planning apps for iPhone and iPad. However, if you have already made deposits you stand to lose at least some or all of it. Here are the steps you need to take to make certain you let everyone know of the big change.
 
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1. The first thing you need to do is contact all of the vendors that you have contracts with. While you wait it is prudent to review all of the contracts, many have a non-refundable deposit but some may have a time stipulation on even that. With any luck you can recover at least a portion of the fee. The might even be willing to negotiate if they are available for the new date.
 
2. If invitations have already went out in this information age it will be faster to email the entire guest list to appraise them of the situation. Also leave a message on the wedding website if you have one. The RSVP wedding invitations will give you the means needed to alert everyone who used them. For those who you think might not be as tech savvy a phone call and brief explanation will suffice.
 
It is of vital importance that you read even the fine print in every contract with your wedding venues before you sign the contracts. If for some reason something tragic happens, a death or something like that, do not hesitate to communicate these things to your vendors. Remember although they are in business but they are also human beings and some may surprise you with their level of compassion.
 
Many contracts will have something similar to this in it:
 
After a period of 14 days from the date of signing the contract, as compensation for loss of income for betty boop Weddings the following charges apply as a percentage of the total fee due. (before the wedding days) 90 days or less – 100%, 89-120 days – 75%, 119 on up- 50%. Should the cancelled wedding turn out to be a postponement, then, subject to available, all money paid may be applied to the new wedding based upon availability.  If Betty boop Weddings is unavailable all monies are non refundable and payment if required in full.   If Betty Boop Weddings is unable to rebook a wedding of equal or greater value for said wedding client is responsible for 100% of monies due from the original contract.  In this case, the total amount chargeable shall be the fee which applies at that time. In the event of Betty Boop Weddings taking another wedding booking for your cancelled or postponed date a full refund of your monies paid minus the non-refundable retaining fee shall be made.  Cancellation requests must be made in writing
 
From reading this you can see that reading the contract is your best bet. Find more information about what you can do if the unfortunate happens at "iwedplanner.com". 
 

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