Wedding package wording dispute
See with the word “dispute” in the title I suspect that the OP has already spoken to the venue and doesn’t agree with them. I also suspect that the other half has invited 40+80 additional guests all of whom have accepted and now they need to find a couple of extra places at t’wedding.Posted 3 years ago
Only put dispute to get a bit of attention, don’t need to get the pitch forks out..just yet!
The evening isn’t a problem as it’s only a small wedding but we do have 40 people we would like to invite to the day, plus us makes 42. We have spoken to the venue but the so called ‘wedding planner’ has told us is she thinks t is 40 but she is completely useless so before we go in and maybe argue for the 2 extra places I wanted to find out what people thought in regards to the wordingPosted 3 years ago
We have spoken to the venue but the so called ‘wedding planner’ has told us is she thinks t is 40 but she is completely useless so before we go in and maybe argue for the 2 extra places I wanted to find out what people thought in regards to the wording
If it’s not clear then assume it’s against you (sorry) in case of ambiguous T&C’s get it clarified in writing. If your wedding planner (project manager?) can’t sort this then deal direct and get it all agreed well before you get there.Posted 3 years agosharkbaitMember
[pedant]In my eyes the bride and groom are the hosts and not guests so should be excluded from the 40. What do people think?[/pedant]
FTFYPosted 3 years ago
Every person is a guest.
In the evening no one if going to be counting so another couple will be fine (the best man an chief bridesmaid will be out of the room anyway) 🙂
Want to ask the hive on their opinion on the wording of a wedding package. The package states the following is included:
‘Hire of ceremony and reception room for 40 day guests and 80 evening guests’
Do people read that as 40 day guests excluding Bride and Groom or 40 guests including Bride and Groom? In my eyes the bride and groom are the hosts and not guests so should be excluded from the 40. What do people think?Posted 3 years agogoggMember
As others have said “guests” of the venue….
Sorry, I know it’s not what you wanted to hear, but ask nicely, smile and feign ignorance and the cost of two more meals to the venue is probably so little that you’ll get what you want, after all it adds 2 more drinkers to the gig in the evening.Posted 3 years agoMoreCashThanDashSubscriber
We found that the fact that we were bringing them 40 paying captive customers to their venue made them very flexible on their terms and conditions.
“There will be no TV showing the England Argentina game prior to tbe ceremony”
“There will be 20 thirsty beer drinking men who would like to watch tbe game, if that is not too much trouble”
“And where would Sir like the telly positioned?”
😀Posted 3 years ago
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