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Updated: 4/16/2007 2:29 pm
Once you have selected which vendors you will be using for your wedding, it is then time to finalize the details. With each professional vendor you use, make sure to get a contract or a letter of agreement explaining all the details of what he or she will be providing for your wedding. Having certain items in writing will not only give you peace of mind, but will also help the professional know exactly what you are requesting. In addition, it will help to ensure that there are no misunderstandings. If something is questioned, you can use your written contracts as references should any negotiations or litigation arise. Most wedding professionals will already have standard contracts created. They will normally include the cost, type of service, deposit required, and payment schedule. Both parties should sign the contracts. You should receive a contract from the baker, bridal consultant, caterer, ceremony location, reception location, florist, musicians, photographer, videographer, stationary provider, and tuxedo rental store. For more information regarding contracts, contact a wedding professional.
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