Event Agreements & Releases
Forms, contracts, and agreements that fall under the category of “Events” can widely range in their scope, purpose, and use. Typically, these agreements center around one-time events such as weddings and parties, though it is certainly possible for agreements to pertain to multiple events in certain cases. Most often, events forms are used in conjunction with wedding planning, including for agreements with photographers, disc jockeys, florists, caterers, and space agreements.
Event agreements often work to the advantage of those holding the event in order to ensure that a certain level of service is lived up to and provided. They also allow the event holders to specify a number of important variables, such as the time and date of the event, its location, what services are to be rendered, and descriptions of any additional needs that may arise during the course of the event.
Because most of the events covered in event agreements are once-in-a-lifetime affairs (such as weddings), most event agreements such as space agreements will include some sort of protections or guarantees for those who are holding the event. If a caterer, for example, does not live up to their end of the contract, they may be required in the agreement to provide a full refund of payment. It is worth noting, however, that the individual stipulations of events contracts will vary depending on your individual needs and upon the nature of the event itself.
Common agreements include Release and Indemnity for event sponsorships, space rental agreements, and service agreements for event planners.
Event Combo Package which contains forms commonly used by those who plan events such as parties or weddings. These forms include an event space agreement and amendment and service agreements for a caterer, photographer, florist and disc jockey.