2021 Rescheduling & Cancellation Policies

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Jan 5, 2021

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2021 Rescheduling and Cancellation Policies- Effective 1/1/2021

 

We survived a very difficult year and I am looking forward to a much better 2021! That being said, I want to layout my policies in a very clear manner for everyone moving forward who may be considering changing their 2021 wedding plans. I understand that this is a very difficult time to be planning a wedding and there is much to consider when making a decision. While I am trying to be as accomodating as possible as plans change, I must stick to these policies in order to protect my business and in fairness to all of my clients. Thank you in advance for your understanding, and please reach out with any questions.

 

Rescheduling

I can accommodate date changes on a first-come, first-serve basis. I am not able to soft hold dates, and can only hold 1 date per client at a time. A contract addendum will need to be signed in order to hold the new date and release the original date.

A $500 fee will apply for any date change. This amount will be due at the time of signing the new contract addendum and will act as an additional retainer to hold the new date, and will be non-refundable. All remaining payments will shift to be due 60 days out and 7 days out from the new date, respectively.

If the new date is in a new calendar year (ie. a 2021 date moving to 2022) there will also be an increase to my new package pricing. Along with the reschedule fee, your second payment (if not already made) will be due at the time of signing the new contract addendum and will act as an additional retainer to hold the new date, and will be non-refundable. Your final payment will be due 30 days before the new wedding date.

Feel free to reach out at any time to get an idea of my current availability, but as I said I will only be able to hold 1 date per client as it just got much too messy last year trying to accommodate soft holds.

If you choose a new date that I am not available for, it will be considered a cancellation and subject to the policies below. I will make every reasonable effort to be available on your new date.

Cancellation

Any payments already made are non-refundable as stated in my contract. The purpose of a retainer is to hold the date, and once it is paid I turn down other potential business for that date, so for that reason I can not return any payments made. Thank you for your understanding.

 

 

 

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