Nyc bride- sketchy venue!

posted 2 years ago in Emotional
Post # 2
385 posts
Helper bee

What was the venue?

Post # 3
513 posts
Busy bee

Did you have a legitimate quote for the first time she quoted you? A lot of times, those quotes have expiration dates of 30-60 days.

If, however, there was no expiration date for the first quote, then the venue should be held accountable to it. Explain there was no expiration date and go higher up if necessary.

Post # 4
5328 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: July 2018

girlfromtexas1088 :  What is the break down of the costs? Is 20k for the ceremony and reception, I’m struggling to understand how it could be 20k for the ceremony alone? How much did you pay for the reception? 

Post # 5
4673 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: September 2018

If it’s in writing then I would definitely query it.  As PP said it could be that there is an expiration but even so I can’t imagine it would jump by $12,000.  

Post # 6
683 posts
Busy bee

Maybe she quoted off season or a Friday/Sunday? What does the 20k include? There are a lot of venues in this area with spend minimums so that could include food/drink/rentals?

Post # 7
148 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: March 2018

Did you sign a contract that outlined the costs?

Post # 8
1773 posts
Buzzing bee

Nothing is definite until you have a contract signed by both parties. Start with writtten contracts and go fron there.

Post # 9
8263 posts
Bumble Beekeeper

girlfromtexas1088 :  

Nothing to do with the post but I was struck by  “..our ceremony (… just the part where the bride says ‘I do’ I do hope OP is actually planning on having  her fi there .

Post # 10
78 posts
Worker bee

Nothing matters until you sign a contract. I can’t believe you are this close to your wedding and don’t have a contract?! I think you can use the original email to your advantage and maybe they will honor the original pricing but still they don’t have to honor anything they didnt sign a written agreement for. 

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