The most important thing to remember about signing a contract is to be sure it includes all of the details. Make sure you specify exactly what you want, from sizes of dresses to what type of flower you want used in your bouquet. In addition, make sure you read and fully understand the contract that you are signing. If you do not agree with everything printed on the contract, ask questions! It is very important that you read and understand the cancellation and deposit policy. Find out if the deposit is refundable or if there is an amount you will have to pay if the wedding is cancelled. Furthermore, make sure that both parties date and sign the contract, and get a copy for your own records. When you sign a contact, make sure the following items are listed somewhere on the contract: the day, date, location and time of the wedding and delivery, a list of the merchandise ordered, a list of services to be provided, the contact name, the deposit and payment schedules, and the cancellation and refund policy. Be aware of what you are signing in order to avoid future problems. For more information regarding contract tips, contact a wedding professional.