Wedding Safe is committed to promoting professionalism across the wedding industry, elevating standards and ensuring consumer confidence.
Businesses should have risk assessments in place to address their usual business activity as well as to address specific risks such as working at events or working during Covid-19. Risks should be reassessed regularly.
The Event Safety Company assists organisers of trade or consumer wedding shows with COVID-19 Event Risk Assessments and operational plans.
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Downloadable Risk Assessment Templates
Below are sample risk assessments to help get you started.
Download a basic template
Standard risk assessment template for any type of wedding business to print off and complete.
Download suggestions for suppliers
Suggestions for each type of wedding supplier to incorporate into their risk assessment.
Download venues covid template
Detailed Covid-19 risk assessment for venues to use in conjunction with their event risk assessment.
Any consumer contract needs to be fair and transparent to be enforceable. Terms and Conditions (T&Cs) can be incorporated with a proposal document to form a contract, or you can adjust a bespoke contract for each client.
Farima Perry is a commercial and corporate solicitor. Having worked within the industry as a planner, she specialises in the weddings and events sectors.
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Find out why you need a robust contract and what it should cover.
What should a contract include?
Read our guide on to see the 5 areas every contract should cover and why you need a professionally prepared contract.
Running an Ethical Business
The following membership-based associations offer support, advice and information to wedding professionals.
National Association of Wedding Professionals (NAWP)
Promoting professionalism and integrity within the UK Wedding Industry.
Federation of Small Businesses (FSB)
Support and guidance for all types of small businesses and the self employed.