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Just Said Yes February 2022

Cake Contract

Meraris, on June 6, 2021 at 8:00 AM Posted in Planning 0 5
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Hi everyone! We found a great cake designer for our wedding. All the flavors were amazing and we want to pick this company. We asked for a contract to sign prior to punnet and all we received was a basic email stating how much it would be and when it will be believers and information about how to make the payment. Is this usual? I’m worried about what would happen I. The event she isn’t able to deliver on her promises the day of the wedding. Has anyone come across this before? I am going to ask her for an actual contract, but just want to hear your thoughts.


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Latest activity by Meraris, on June 6, 2021 at 9:05 AM
  • Meraris
    Just Said Yes February 2022
    Meraris ·
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    Sorry for the typos -_-
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  • Rea
    Devoted November 2017
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    Get an actual contract even if you have to type it up yourself and if this company won't agree and sign, be prepared to look elsewhere. My musician didn't have a formal contract, so google came to the rescue and I put a contract together based on his and my conversation. Thank goodness I did that because the week before as I'm finalizing the who, what and where of all my vendors, this musician had not planned to attend the rehearsal. I reminded him of the contract we signed and asked if he could not make it, it was a breach, therefore he's required to return my deposit (again according to the contract we agreed on)...that changed his mind real quick. After the wedding, he apologized and asked me if I'm an attorney and if I would work with his business to write his contracts...lol...I assured him not even close and nope, but told him to give google a try for basic stuff like that.
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  • Cyndy
    Master May 2019
    Cyndy ·
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    I think you’re smart to ask for an actual contract. If they aren’t willing to do one then I would find someone else.
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  • L
    Lisa ·
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    You should definitely have a contract that outlines services to be expected and actions to be taken in worst case scenario. The business should already have this. If not, put one together yourself or look elsewhere for the cake (I would be concerned moving forward with someone offering services if I had to put together their contract).
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  • Meraris
    Just Said Yes February 2022
    Meraris ·
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    Thank you for your responses!!
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