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post #16 of 18
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I'm glad i'm not the only one guilty of it icon_wink.gif
post #17 of 18
Well, at some point somebody needs to sit down with that "coordinator" and tell them that demanding lower prices is one of the most offensive things that they could do with vendors.

The mother could tell the "coordinator" that demanding low prices is a good way to sabotage her sister's wedding, and that she should behave to vendors as if they were going to hire her. This might not be something that can wait until after the wedding...
post #18 of 18
You're right about the three week limit and no changes after that. Also right is the advice that the bride is the client, not the sister.

What I'm curious about is whether the sister is actually a coordinator or whether she's just "helping" the bride by taking over and alienating the vendors. If she's a wannabe I'd tell the bride that if she keeps it up I'm not dealing with her anymore and all communication will go straight to the bride. I have no doubt that if the sister is being a pain to you then the bride knows how she is. If she's an actual coordinator (which is unlikely based on what you've said) I'd tell her that your client is the bride, and you need all changes from the bride in writing from this point on. I don't know one reputable coordinator who would do any of the crap that you say this chick is doing, so I wouldn't even give her the time of day.
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