Whether your wedding day or the planning was impacted by COVID-19, it's stressful as heck for you right now. 2020 was challenging for all of my couples effected by COVID. It makes me happy to know all of my couples, besides one, who had to bear the stress of planning during this time either downsized or rescheduled or 2021, and did not cancel their love.
If you have any questions or you need help during this time, please don't be afraid to reach out!
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high fives 'cuz germs,
I get multiple inquires for every wedding date, sometimes up to 15 for popular dates. The first payment is a non-refundable and non-transferable. At a minimum, the retainer fee fairly compensates for committing, reserving, and turning down other potential projects/clients.
If you need to change your wedding date AFTER you've signed a contract and paid your non-refundable retainer, you will need to pay a new retainer and sign a new contract for a new date.
They can pay for your retainer and/or balances but can not sign. The contract is to be signed by both partners and myself. The contract is in place to serve and protect you.