If you have started your journey as a wedding planner and dream to become one of the best wedding planners in Delhi NCR then you have to be professional from day one. Wedding planning requires a lot of effort and money, therefore, any deal done orally if goes wrong would not stand in legal terms. Therefore, you must have a written contract signed and sealed between the wedding parties and the wedding planner (yourself). In this article, we have shared with you some points that wedding events decorators and planners put in their contract with their clients to be on the safe side legally.
What type of services should be provided?
This is one of the crucial points that you must ensure is written down in the contract. This clause ensures that whatever is promised in terms of services is written down in black-and-white so that there is no misunderstanding. It could include how many hours the wedding planner has agreed to work, whether the wedding couple would get digital photos or hard copies, and others.
Greater flexibility in planning
When you are organising a big event like a marriage ceremony, then you must be prepared for the unexpected. Therefore, you should always have a backup plan in case something goes wrong (like a pandemic or some natural disaster) over which you have no control. The contract should have clauses that explain what would happen in such a case.
Smaller service detail
There should be a maximum cost clause of service with detailed points. In this way, the wedding couple knows what kind of extra services they can demand from you that falls within the maximum cost and what they cannot. Make sure to communicate these early on so that there is no misunderstanding between both parties.
In addition to the above points, you must also put in details of additional costs that you may have to incur when you go to a new place to plan a destination wedding. Furthermore, you should put in information about logistics like the time the vendor should arrive, the time and date of the wedding ceremony, the deposit paid, the installment and when it is due, and termination agreements.