Covid 19 Rescheduling Guidelines 

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Hello to all my current fabulous and soon to be brides!

 

I hope you are all ready for an exciting time of planning amidst all the up's and down's of COVID. This continues to be a situation to monitor , but know that if we continue to work together and stay in touch - we will get through this all! Know that all of your wedding vendors are here for you!

 

As we all are aware - no one could predict a pandemic! The decisions I've made regarding my personal rescheduling guidelines have been thought over many times, looked at from every angle, and are the best course of action moving forward.  I hope that you understand that it was well thought out to be fair to you, my client as well as allowing me to continue to operate my business through this trying time.

 

I'm always here to chat anytime!!

Moving Forward: 

  • Any wedding directly affected by COVID-19, meaning weddings affected by restrictions where legally the wedding cannot take place at all (ie: a government sanctioned shutdown) a one time reschedule may occur and your retainer will be transferred to your new date at no additional fee. I will do everything I can do to accommodate new dates!

  • Any wedding where the couple is able to legally have their wedding (and I am legally able to provide services) and are choosing to reschedule due to other reasons (not wanting to reduce their guest list, etc.), may do so by paying a rescheduling fee of $200. This applies to a first reschedule only (see more below). 

  • All of the above are applied towards first reschedules only. If a second reschedule should occur for any reason a new contract and full retainer will be needed to secure a new date in 2022/2023. Full original contract payment policies will also be adhered to. 

  • Any wedding rescheduling to 2022 understands that a rate change may occur and will be applied towards their wedding total (updated or additional services, change of location, etc).

  • Should a bride move her wedding date and location without first connecting with me to check on availability and I am unable to accommodate the new date, that will be considered a cancellation and my cancellation policy will apply.

  • If your venue cancels on you, first of all - I am so dang sorry to hear it.  I am happy to work on a reschedule with you! Please be aware that venue cancellation is not a force majeure event as it applies to your contract with me. I'm more than happy to reschedule and provide services with a re-booking fee of $200.

  • ·Just a gentle reminder that retainers are non refundable. If you decide to go in a different direction or do makeup on your own, I am more than happy to work on a cancellation contract with you, but know that my cancellation policy will apply and retainers are non refundable.

  • If you are moving your date and I am not available for your new wedding date, I would love to work with you on finding alternative ways to utilize what you've paid (makeup for events, photo sessions, etc). The funds would need to be used within 6 months from your wedding date. Please know I want to still do my best to accommodate and be helpful!

  • The best advice I can give is to stay in touch with your vendors and have a back up plan or two in place! Connect with me anytime if you are concerned about the potential need to postpone and get a back up date in place. The sooner we can chat about it, the more likely more your vendors will be able to accommodate a new date (think Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays!)

  • Please reach out if you have any questions or would like to connect further!

Wishing you nothing but the best! Be well!