(Closed) Did you write a “break-up” note to the vendors you didn’t choose?

posted 8 years ago in Logistics
Post # 3
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: July 2010

We didn’t. But we did choose one but have to back away because our budget tightened quite a bit. In a scenario kinda like that, where you tell one you choose them but decide to go with another that’s usually when you do the “break up letter”. But just speaking with them and doing consolations the break up letter isn’t really necessary.  

Post # 4
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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: October 2010 - The Pearl S. Buck House

We only met 2 photographers and booked the second one. But we had been in touch with the 1st one for a while longer. So.. I wrote her an email and she was very professional and understanding.

But, because I felt so bad, and she had been emailing me and trying to work a deal I couldn’t refuse before I met the 2nd photographer, I actually had the balls to ask the 2nd one her opinion on how to “break up” with the 1st one. It was an awkward question, but she said that usually, they just don’t hear from someone if they don’t want to book them, or very occasionally they get a short little email. 

I think it’s weird that she asked you who you booked. You don’t need to respond, but if it will help you feel better than write a note to any you felt a possible connection with or who are following up with you. 

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