The most important writing done regarding your wedding won’t be invitation wording, thank you notes, or even your vows – because if the writing on your vendor contracts is not carefully read (and rewritten if necessary) you may be only headed down a movie theater aisle that day.
Your contracts must be read. Yep – all the little tiny lettering. Don’t find out on wedding day that you’re not guaranteed the make-up artist you met and loved at your trial is the one who shows up in your hotel suite. Spell out your specific needs wants and wishes -and put them in the contracts. Don’t count on your vendors to be mind readers, and you’ll have your peace of mind.
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