Do Not Delay Pay Day
To ensure that you are paid in full and on time, discuss the details pertaining to payment well in advance. It’s a good idea to collect payment prior to the actual event. If possible, request for payment to be made no later than two weeks prior to the event. Better yet, collect a month before the event takes place.
Apparently there are vendors out there who allow their clients to pay after their event. Realistically, you don’t want to be chasing after them, and they won’t want to be thinking about the bill on the day of their wedding or during their honeymoon. The sooner the bill is settled, the sooner you can all move on.
If a client isn’t able to make the full payment on time, the vendor should cancel.
If clients are permitted to pay after the event has ended, what will motivate them to complete their payments? By handling the hassle of payment prior to the event, you will all be able to put your mind at ease and be able to actually enjoy the event.
If you encounter a situation where your clients are not able to pay on time, maybe you could set up a payment plan. This will ensure your client has time to make payments toward the bill, and that you ultimately receive full payment.
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