(Closed) Catering Contract

posted 8 years ago in Food
Post # 3
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Bumble Beekeeper
  • Wedding: March 2011

I would wait until you get the confirmation statement before making any decisions. They probably just call it something else, but just make sure you read everything on it before you sign it and send them the deposit. I think it is a good idea that they are not requiring you to sign on the spot. You will have time to consider if you want to go with them or not before comitting.

Post # 5
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11325 posts
Sugar Beekeeper
  • Wedding: February 2011

Get prices in writing and SIGNED. My venue tried to tell me that we would talk about food later and they would work with me blah blah blah. Bullsh*t. (sorry, but true). I refused to give one dime until we had agreed on a sample menu and prices, with a clause that we could change out items for same-quality items after our tasting if we chose. 

Once it was time to book our tasting and we got our proposal? Shocking shocking but it was too high. I had to go back and remind them of the initial contract with prices. I am quite certain I would’ve ended up paying at least another 1,000-1,500 if I hadn’t gotten things in writing before ever paying a penny. 

I hate to be a cynic but I feel this is true: you canNOT trust anyone at their word. 

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