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The things brides ask

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How do we move forward booking you 

as the stylist for wedding day?

   

             Step 1: Submit wedding details through our contact form. From there you will receive a email with a custom quote based on your details and information provide. Even if we are not available the date in which you're inquiring we will respond to your submission.


Step 2: If there is an available stylist and you recieve an email back, your next step is to book your pretrial.


             Step 3: Your contract is attached to this email it is the "Bridal Agreement". That is very important that I get a copy if you decide to book with me.  Although yes it is a contract it is more it’s also your detail sheet. You’re not locked into your wedding day even if you have a pretrial booked until I receive the Bridal Agreement and Deposit. 

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What is the Deposit?

Say I Do Formal Hair does require a deposit to hold the wedding date. The depsoit is $50 total which must be paid within 7 days of receiving the invoice via Square. 

*Deposit is non-refundable.

I’m not sure I want to book yet, I know my agreement and deposit holds my date, will you reach out to me if you have another inquiry for my date?


Due to our high demand this isn’t a request that I can accommodate, but please feel free to reach back out once you have made a decision and I’ll gladly let you know our availability.

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How do you determine if my party will need a 2nd or 3rd stylist to be hired?



This one is honestly based on each individual wedding design and need, but guided by:

-Any party more than 5 clients will automatically be booked with 2 stylists.

-Parties larger than 10 will have a $50 additional 3rd stylist fee added.

-With early day weddings (11:00 am or earlier ready time) are weddings additional stylists would be necessary.

 


Headcount: What? Who? How many? When?


Your contract does specify that you and all "clients" ie. Mothers, attendees, maids, and so on; are contracted in on your date. That is correct. Once you pay your wedding day deposit your day is secure and it is yours … no one else can book your date, you can have a rough count of your party at this point that's okay. However, no later then  30 days before your finally headcount is due. This is the date that's important for the other ladies because moving forward those accounted for services are "included in your contract."


                -If someone on wedding day for whatever reason decides to forego their service they or you are still 100% responsible for 100 % of the agreed upon service total. 

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What is a Bridal Pretrial? When should I book? 


I do strongly recommend every bride book a pretrial before her big day. Professional stylists do say a good rule of thumb is to: book your pretrial no less than 3-4 weeks before your wedding to make sure we can achieve your dream wedding look. Previews are only available for brides. 

How do I book my pretrial?

I'll attach my link it’s a square calendar. So, you can book your preview anytime listed on the app that the suite and stylist(s) are available when it’s convenient for your schedule.


https://squareup.com/appointments/book/7HGR0BC9T4PHK/say-i-do-formal-hair-westminster-co


- click wedding pretrial as the service.

- click book appointment and pick anytime you want