Signing for Your Wedding Flower Contract – Things to Know
With the planning of your wedding, there are various contracts to close with a wide range of vendors who are involved in the circuit of your wedding preparations ensuring a smooth evolution of the unfolding of your special day. One of these contracts counts also for the wedding flower contract that you should sign in order to make sure that you have inside your wedding celebration the presence of these wonderful natural details that set the tone of your day as well. If you plan to have what you order for, then you should pay attention to the following aspects before signing the flower vendor contract:
* Check for the payment terms. Take care that the advance payment is clearly stated along with other terms that include payment guarantee, refunding, and many others alike.
* Make sure that in the contract is stipulated exactly the types of blooms and the colors that go with the colors of your wedding decorative style. You shouldn’t want for instance to order for fuchsia colored orchids and receive instead lavender colored ones that clash with the rest of the wedding colors.
* Terms of cancellation – almost all wedding flower contracts include the clause about a final consultation with the florist. It is stipulated that in case the final payments are not paid, then the contract will be automatically cancelled with the monies paid in advance being returned to the clients, except for those that were previously declared non-refundable. This cancellation should be the result of both parties agreement.