- 3 years ago
I feel like if I have to ask, it might be rude, but I want to ask others anyway. I know from my brother and SIL’s wedding that it’s very important to have your vendors detail what is provided in the contract.
I found a great MUA/hair stylist who has sent over a contract for my wedding in late Fall 2017. She listed out services she will provide and costs, but I am concerned there aren’t enough details listed out.
Example: The stylist verbally told me that she would have a 2nd person doing hair/makeup for the bridal party. This is not indicated on the contract. I feel like this is important – it’s not an additional cost (again what she said verbally) but I think it would be better in writing on the contract.
Additionally, my wedding isn’t for about 10 months, so I don’t have a definite time to provide for when I need to be ready and the Bridal Party needs to be ready. Right now I’ve said I need to be ready by 3 PM but it may need to be a little earlier (like 2pm or 2:30pm the earlier). I wanted to ask her to include a line in the contract that states we’ll address the timeline closer to the wedding (like a month or two out from the date) and can add on a revised part to the contract with updates of the time.
This last part I am okay with not asking about, but it is not listed that the Bridal Party will receive false lashes. The packet/list of services she provided when we were originally in touch only says the bride will receive false lashes. She verbally told me the Bridal Party would all get false lashes included.
I think this stylist is very professional and I have not seen any poor reviews of her work, not including something, going back on verbal agreements, but I want to be careful and make sure the major details (points 1 and 2) are at included.
So, what do you think? I know it doesn’t hurt to ask. I don’t want her to think I need every single thing detailed because I do not trust her, I just want to be responsible and careful. I am sure all bees on here never thought their vendors would not follow through on details, but it happens.