(Closed) UPDATE: Disappointing Food Issue, resolved, well not really…

posted 7 years ago in Food
Post # 4
955 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: May 2011

If I were you, I’d let it go and move on. They came, they ate, it’s over. It’s a hard lesson to learn but I’m sure you won’t make it again. Weddings are basically major lessons in project management, somethings run perfect and somethings do not. You didn’t do a tasting, shame on you – he left dirty dishes and served some under the par food, shame on him.

If you let it get to you, then it gets to you and makes your wedding “less” – enjoy this post wedding time with your new hubby and look forward instead of back. What happened can’t be undone and getting caught up w/a caterer is so not worth it. That’s just my take.

Post # 6
627 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: August 2013

Do you have a contract with him? What does the contract say the guaranteed head count is?

Post # 7
2819 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: February 2013

@NYE Gal: Wow, are all the grammatical errors his? *wince*

Personally, I would call him on the fact that your DOC/venue said they WOULD NOT recommend him, and mention that during your phone call he’d promised you compensation.

Maybe he’s just overly sensitive about his company having gone under? : / I’d give him the benefit of the doubt regarding that, and back off a bit about the timeline. Keep in contact with him, and when he’s up and running again re-ask for your refund. It’s probably tough for him to cut you a personal cheque if he’s just gone bankrupt!

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