A client for purposes of a review is either the person who entered into the contract with the vendor or a member of the couple whom the event was celebrating (or both!). We want to be sure that all vendor reviews are from people who either directly engaged the vendor or who were the principal recipient(s) of the vendor’s services. For example:
- If your parent entered into a contract with a Vendor to book a venue for your wedding, that parent and both you and your spouse are considered “clients” of the venue hereunder and eligible to leave a review.
- If your best friend booked a DJ for your bachelorette, you and your best friend are each considered “clients” of the DJ hereunder and are eligible to leave a review.
- If your spouse entered into a contract with the florist for your wedding but you didn’t sign that contract, both you and your future spouse are considered “clients” of the florist hereunder and are eligible to leave a review.