Signing the contract means that you agree with the term that your wedding photographer is giving to you upon providing his luxury wedding photography service. Everything that you both agree on is on that piece of paper, but hold on!
The power of a contract cannot be seen until, well, you have to refer to the contract because of the case you are having. Whether that’s having to pay extra or your right to demand your money back. But, of course, we are not hoping for you to have the need to do that. Being careful, however, is always necessary so that you don’t regret it later.
Many exclusions and details are placed on the fine print sections. And this is often the reason that many people are facing problems when the case is brought to the court. You have signed the contract and agreed with everything in it including the ones you forgot to read. Like that small prints on the footer that says you have to pay extra for something and you just happened to do that something.
Before you hurry the procedure to contract to sign, take your time getting to know the photographer. Make sure that even way before, you are not procrastinating what needs to be done or set the wedding date way too close. You will run out of time choosing the right person for the event. Everything always ends up better and within your expectations if you make time to plan properly for them.
For example, the owner of http://www.juliaandyou.com/ who provides professional luxury wedding photography tells us that things always ended up better for those that plan. They came prepared, knew what they wanted for the wedding and asked the right questions. It made the discussion a whole lot easier to do.
They definitely took their time to read what is in the contract. It’s a deal worth thousands of dollars after all, not something you sign after a quick 15 seconds scan just to make it look like you cared.
When it doesn’t match
We really hope that what you read contains everything that is according to what both of you had discussed. But if you happen to read sections that do not seem clear enough or different from what was promised (or what you understood), don’t hesitate to ask questions. Make your photographer to explain the terms thoroughly because that is the contract that your photographer wrote.
Until you understand what’s in there, don’t give your consent or sign on that paper. At the end of the day, you will be glad you didn’t because too many couples ended up losing because they signed before agreeing personally with it. They protested after everything else was done which is, frankly, way too late to do it. Unless the terms are against the regulations that exist.
We are happy about your wedding and we really pray for each of your happiness. This is just one way from us to help you make sure that the luxury wedding photography is going to be only a positive experience for you to remember, not the bad, tedious or even hurtful ones!