Tired of hearing wedding professionals getting ripped off by clients or getting unnecessarily sued? That’s why you need proper contracts in place with all the right clauses to help protect your business as well as your clients. This is where the Contract Shop comes in. These wedding contracts are trusted by huge companies in the wedding industry such as HoneyBook, The Rising tide Society, and Once Wed.
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Event or Wedding Planner Contract Template
These Wedding contracts are highly recommended. The contracts are attorney-prepared and peer-reviewed which takes the guesswork out of what should be included in an agreement. What is included in the wedding contracts:
- An outline of services you provide
- A payment plan outline with suggested dates
- Late fee clause, in case your client misses those payments
- Confidentiality clause to protect your trade secrets
- A discussion about who owns the intellectual property you create, with the ability to give it all to the client OR maintain ownership while the client is allowed to use the finished product(s)
- A limit of liability to minimize the amount of money you’d owe if you ever needed to rely on your contract
- A disclaimer and release– if clients know what they’re in for, they can take responsibility in case something goes wrong
- All the boring legal stuff that makes this puppy a real, valid contract (don’t worry- it may be boring but it’s easy to understand)
You can view more information about the wedding contracts right here!
WHO THIS TEMPLATE IS FOR
- Anyone with a website
- Anyone with a blog
Get more information here!
Other Events and Wedding Contracts we recommend for Pros:
- Client Contract Checklists
- Independent Contractor Contract – Especially if you hire help with your business
- Print Release contracts
All can be found at the Contract Shop
Other Wedding contracts available:
- Officiant Contracts
- DJ or Entertainment
- Venue contracts
- Videographer contract
- Floral design
- Hair and Makeup
- Style Shoot contracts
These can be found here!
Be sure to get your wedding business legally protected before booking any clients. Here are a few lawsuits you can read about:
Couple sues Videographer for over 100K
Famous wedding planner Mindy Weiss sues couple for unpaid bills
Couple asking for help to sue a Wedding Planner
Article: Can I sue my Wedding Vendor
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How many of you have a legal document protected? If not, you can meet with a lawyer or grab these legally bound contacts. They cover the USA, Canada, UK, and Australia.