Restrictions, isolation, and wedding postponements have brought out the real person in some people
There is definitely no excuse, or reason for that matter, to threaten anyone that is a wedding supplier of any kind or size if you don’t agree with their policies regarding cancellations, deposits and the way they do business. Even if you think you are in the right, you do not have the right.
To think it is normal to treat a supplier with contempt, could not be further from what is humanly normal. If they do mistreat you in any shape or form, you have different avenues in which to turn your grievance. But threatening their life or that of their business and family is a no-no!
We are human. Yes, we all make mistakes, however, we should be able to talk things out no matter what the situation…especially if it is one that is totally out of everyone’s control.
That initial meeting was all roses and smiles, however, it seems moving wedding dates [more than once for many] has turned some in to thinking they are lawyers when they’re not and others in to thugs when they are scared of their own shadows. It is not a rite of passage to say and do whatever you like. There are consequences for our actions and as such, the bullying by some must stop.
And what is most comical is the media’s way in which they chose to report what they wanted, when they wanted and how they wanted. Is not threatening the life, family, and business of a wedding professional story worthy? When will it be one? I know…when threats come to fruition.
We should all learn to “breath” and be patient.
Yes, we want timings. And yes, we want a roadmap to better plan our events…however, threats do not accomplish a thing.
Sometimes it is better to lose a small amount of money than the respect you have inherited from your parents or the family that’s raised you.