Postponed Wedding 2022

posted 8 months ago in Engagement
Post # 2
Member
683 posts
Busy bee

When a company files bankrupacy, I don’t think they are obligated to pay any debts, so I am not sure if a clause like that can protect you. You can negoitate paying deposits later towards your wedding date if you are worried. Also, I would add a clause that you can get deposits back if you had to downsize or cancel the wedding due to COVID. (This is something I wish I had :/)

Post # 3
Member
3838 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: April 2017 - City, State

I would be very surprised if vendors, especially after what they have experienced with Covid, would be willing to agree to that now. I don’t think you’re at all wrong for wanting to put it in there of course, but I can’t imagine vendors agreeing to be on the hook for decisions YOU make (like downsizing or canceling) or for something like going bankrupt (which I think as PP mentioned, in some cases absolves them from paying back debt.)

Certainly doesn’t hurt to ask, I just don’t think you’ll be super successful. 

Leave a comment


Find Amazing Vendors