I’ve searched around, done some reading, and conjured up some legal jargon that I feel comfortable giving out to my wedding clients. It has not been approved, negotiated, or drafted by a lawyer. Maybe some day I’ll be able to afford and sit down with a reputable lawyer to figure this contract out for good. With that being said I have to give my legal disclaimer.
Please note this is only a guide for you to use in developing a wedding agreement that works for your clients and business. This is how I operate, and this is what works for me. I’m constantly changing my contracts, and this could change next week for all I know.
My agreement starts out with something similar to interview. It’s a two page sheet that gathers the most important information I need to shoot any wedding. This is the least amount of information I need in order to operate. If something were to happen and this is all I had to look at. I could easily complete the wedding event based off of this information.
The second part of the agreement is my legal jargon. Half of it is compromised of numerous readings into other contracts I’ve encountered, and half of my own writings so that it caters to my business.
Download the agreement in .docx and .pdf form.
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