Wedding Planner Contract
The Wedding Planner is the quarterback of the event, calling the shots and ensuring victory. When everything is great, there is only glory. When things go wrong, the buck stops with the Wedding Planner. As such, you need a contract that will protect you to the fullest extent of the law. 

Read more about wedding planner contracts here. You’d be surprised.

What is included in my Contract Purchase?

I want this to be the best Wedding Planner Contract that you ever had! Included with your purchase:

  • 60 Minute Telephone Conference to Review Your Contract
  • Follow-Up Telephone Conference (if you want!)
  • Access (via email) for real-world questions about your contract at NO CHARGE (“the client doesn’t like XYZ term, should I change it for them?”)

Wedding Planner BUNDLE: $1300.00

Why not save some cash? Purchase all three contracts at a discount. The Wedding Planner BUNDLE includes:

  • Wedding Planner Contract
  • Independent Contractor Agreement/Assistant Planner Agreement
  • Dispute Resolution Agreement

Wedding Planner Contract: $800.00

The Wedding Planner Contract is the document signed by the client and photographer memorializing the terms and conditions of the event. Items covered in the Wedding Planner Contract:

  • Non-Refundable Deposit
  • Access to Planner
  • Photography
  • Preferred Vendors
  • & More!

Independent Contractor Agreement: $500.00

The Independent Contractor Agreement is the document signed by non-employees that perform work for you or at the event. For example, assistant shooters. Items covered in the Independent Contractor Agreement:

  • Payment & Scope of Work
  • Social Media Use
  • Non-Solicitation of Guests
  • & More!

Dispute Resolution Agreement: $500.00

The Dispute Resolution Agreement is a document signed by the vendor and the client if something went wrong or the client is unhappy for some reason. The Dispute Resolution Agreement acts as a settlement agreement between the parties. Items covered by the Dispute Resolution Agreement:

  • Non-Disparagement
  • Agreement Not to Sue
  • Confidentiality