(Closed) When to pester vendors?

posted 9 years ago in Money
Post # 3
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: May 2010

Whenever I mailed a deposit I would follow up about a week later saying “Just wanted to let you know I sent out ……, please let me know when you received it so I know it hasn’t gotten lost in the mail.”

Also, take initiative!! As long as you are being polite and under the pretense of “checking up on things” I don’t think you’re going to offend anyone.  You have every right to have your questions answered when you’re spending lots of money!!

Post # 4
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563 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: August 2009

Since you have specific requests for the venue, you should certainly follow up with an email, and if that does not get a response then a phone call. 

 

As far as the photographer is concerned, have you received a signed copy of the contract?  Have they deposited your check?  Aside from these issues, I’m not sure you would be in contact with your photographer until you want to schedule an engagement session or it is closer to your wedding and you discuss the timeline and the “must have” pictures.

 

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