(Closed) What to do about the "wedding planner" situation?

posted 4 years ago in Etiquette
Post # 3
52 posts
Worker bee

I certainly wouldn’t expect it to be free. I’d send her a quick email, asking what her cost is. If she says none, insist on settling on a price or agreement that she’s happy with along with a basic contract (doesn’t necessarily have to be legal, just something on paper that your’e both happy with) outlining just what will be done for what cost, and how much it will cost to go above and beyond what you’ve agreed to.

Having some sort of document will save you both a lot of potential issues later… if she doesn’t follow through, or if she does follow through and feels like she worked more than she should have, etc. 

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