(Closed) My venue LIED to me!!

posted 9 years ago in Venue
Post # 3
1064 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: October 2009

Def express your frustration, and it’s not your fault you didnt know and you would like to know what they plan on doing to rectify the situation for you.

Post # 4
458 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: October 2010

Yes, I think you should ask for something as compensation.  I would just be sure to tell them that your signing the contract was directly contingent upon having the ceremony on the balcony.  If they’re supposed to hold ceremonies there, then you never should’ve been told that in the first place.

Post # 5
548 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: August 2009

Do you have it in writing that you can hold your ceremony on the balcony? If so, the new coordinator needs to explain *exactly* why it won’t work, and to offer you some form of compensation… if there was a ceremony fee, they ought to waive it, since you would have chosen a different location if you had known.

And if it “won’t work” because it’s too much work for her (e.g. “it’s hard to get chairs out onto the balcony”), then politely explain that you’re sorry for the extra work, but the balcony ceremony is a large part of the reason that you chose the venue, and that since her predecessor committed to it, she needs to find a way to make it happen.

Post # 6
14186 posts
Honey Beekeeper
  • Wedding: June 2009

Exactly what Bridetobee said. You ONLY booked the venue because you were told you have the ceremony. If you’d ever thought it would be held on the lawn where peopel can gawk, you never would have gone with them. Tell her that you feel as though the previous contract needs to be honored. Contracts take two people…doesn’t the VENUE have to uphold that contract, regardless of the DOC? Is there somebody above her taht you can repeal this too? Why “wont” it work? See if there’s a logical reason and find out what the old DOC was going to do to rectify it. Have the new DOC call her up. This is their issue to figure out–they gave you a contract stating they woudl supply X services.

I’m dealing with the same issue with a university–they told me last year I didn’t need another math class. So i applied. Then I got an email saying I NEED the math class. The old director left and the new one says i need it. So i’m appealing. All I can do is explain to them that I would have taken it LAST YEAR if I’d known I needed it, and they are heavily inconviencing me because I haven’t been notified of this before. So i’m basically just asking nicely for them to honor the previous email from the academic director. If he says no, i’m going to contact him and explain why it’s not feasible for me to enroll in and take a class 2 weeks prior to start and push off my application because I was given the go-ahead in December. But, granted, if they keep saying no, there isn’t a lot you can do except try to make it work.

Really push that you are NOT comfortable having your ceremony with all those strangers being able to watch. I wouldn’t be.

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