Travel Fee Clause for Wedding & Event Pros
If you’re a wedding vendor who already has a contract but you need to add in a Travel Fee Clause, this is for you! This clause will be added to your contract when you need to specify what travel is included in your package price (such as within 30-50 miles of your location) and what additional travel fees will be invoiced to your client (such as a flat-rate amount or standard mileage amount beyond 30+ miles AND any lodging or per diem rates for overnight stays). Two options of this travel fee clause are included in this product, including (1) an option for weddings/events where you are driving to the location, and (2) an option for destination weddings/events where you are flying to the location.
Note: If you're a photographer, this clause is not for you and you will need the Travel Fee Clause for Photographers here.
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