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About Your Wedding Dress Contract | ByCouturier

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In the process of preparing for the wedding, wedding dress is the most important thing, whether it's the choice of website order or physical store customization. Once you find the one, and your measurements are taken and the dress is ordered, you’ll be required to sign a wedding dress contract. This piece of paper will have everything you need to know about the dress, including the designer, the size and when it will arrive. Like with any other legal document, make sure to read your wedding dress contract carefully and thoroughly, and double-check that all the information is correct. If it contains incorrect info and you sign it, unfortunately the fault is yours, and you could end up getting the wrong wedding dress (or the incorrect size or color). You’ll also want to make sure any extras, like alterations to the original design, are clearly listed and included in the final amount you’ll be paying.  


You’ll need to leave a deposit once you sign the contract as well. While the actual amount can vary from salon to salon, you should expect to put down around 50 to 60 percent. The remainder of the balance will be due once the dress arrives from the designer.  


Check out our list of every important detail you should find on your wedding dress contract so you’ll know exactly what to look for before you sign:


Bridal salon name
Bridal salon’s address, phone number and email address
Name(s) of the consultant(s) who assisted you
Date and time of purchase
Total amount
Any extra charges
Amount of deposit and how it was paid (ensure this amount is marked clearly on the bridal salon contract)
Amount still owed
Date the remainder of the balance is to be paid
How many fittings are included in the price (if any)
Cost of each additional fitting
Means of payment
Designer name
Style number or name
Exact color
Size/measurements sent to manufacturer

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