How to Say “No” to Wedding Vendors | Oxford Wedding Photographer

  1. Laurne says:

    I think we all need this lol. Sometimes I’m so scared to hurt peoples feelings!!

    • Brittany Meyers says:

      I totally get it! I think this is a great way to notify people without hurting people’s feelings! Ultimately, vendors just want to make sure that you’re taken care of 🙂

  2. Jeana says:

    These are really great thoughts!

  3. Zinette says:

    I loved reading this, thank you so much for sharing you thoughts and knowledge with us. I always admire your work 🥰🤩

  4. Ashley says:

    This is a genius blog post!! I’m going to save this for reference!! Thank you!

  5. Jennifer says:

    Great advice! It’s so nice to tell folks when they don’t need to check back in with you!

  6. Savannah says:

    This is such great advice for a bride and groom. It’s the name of the game and the industry we’re in and I’d much rather and bride and groom tell me to my face rather than ghost me 🙈

  7. Josefin says:

    Such great advice, and very good explained as you never really know how it is behind the scenes in someone else’s business.

  8. Wendy says:

    Thank you for sharing this! It can be challenging trying to come up with the words so you don’t sound harsh when you’ve decided to work with someone else, but this is a great email template to use not only for wedding vendors but other service providers too.

    • Brittany Meyers says:

      I totally get it! I know that everyone is just so busy that it’s easy to forget but it really helps everyone involved!

  9. Miriam says:

    I love this! Such a needed blog post!

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