(Closed) Pursue Or Leave It Alone?

posted 9 years ago in South Carolina
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: October 2009

Did you have a contract with the DJ? Has he already been paid in full? If ithe contract stipulated what time periods/length he was to play and he didn’t fulfill these terms you should definitely ask for compensation. And make sure you bring up all of the issues at the beginning, don’t keep adding them in as things progress.

I don’t know what to say about the venue/heat… if a/c was available and your wedding planner/venue just didn’t want to turn it on – I’d probably be inclined to let them know I was not happy, though I’m not sure anything would come of it.

In both cases it should be whomever signed the contracts who brings up the issues, and if you’re looking for any kind of recourse, the sooner it’s done the better.

Sorry to hear about the issues! I hope your daughter enjoyed her day regardless!

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