Setting up and providing a venue for a wedding can be intimidating. You only get one chance to deliver for the big day.
From initial intake to payment schedules, changes, requests, there are a lot of moving parts. Not to mention, expectations (and stress levels) are high.
As an unforgettable celebration, weddings must be treated with the utmost legal care. Which means, legal protection as a wedding venue host is non-negotiable.
Whether you’re starting out or an experienced professional, legal protection is extremely important. Consulting with couples and clearly outlining expectations is critical to your success.
That’s why we offer this affordable wedding event contract tailored to venues just like you. Our team of lawyers and creatives at TheLawTog® develop, review, and approve every contract.
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We think this is a pretty awesome combo—legal expertise and creative industry know-how.
While you can obtain a wedding venue contract through a non-creative lawyer, it may not be the best option. Since our templates were created by—and for—creatives, they are typically more comprehensive.
Every contract template we provide is easy to edit and should be tailored to reflect business policies and laws in your state.
This contract includes the following terms:
When it comes to premium venue gigs, you need quality contracts. Our lawyer-drafted, creative-approved wedding contracts are a must-have investment.
They’re an affordable way to not only protect your business, but establish yourself as a credible wedding venue. In short, they’re the structure that keeps you protected.
Does not including rental information outside of the venue itself or catering information.
All contracts come as Microsoft Word document files.
You know you need to protect your business – because, well, you value it right?
But have no clue where to start?
Click here to see our how-to guide on using TheLawTog’s contracts.
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Here is a cliff notes for you:
I am a lawyer, but I’m not your lawyer!
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