TERMS & CONDITIONS
1. These Terms and Conditions shall apply to Wedding Fayres and Events as organised by The Wedding Emporium, known
as TWE (“Supplier”) to you (“Client”). No other terms and conditions shall apply to the provision of Services unless agreed
upon in writing between the Supplier and the Client. By Submitting a complete booking form in our online or paper format, you are
agreeing to be bound by The Wedding Emporiums terms and Conditions in full. It is the clients’ responsibility to obtain their
own Event Cancellation Insurance and such Insurance is advisable.
2. The Supplier shall use its best and reasonable endeavours to complete its performance in the advertisements and
marketing of The Wedding Fayre so as to ensure a reasonable attendance.
3. The Supplier shall use reasonable care and skill in its performance of the Services.
4. The Supplier will use all reasonable endeavours to limit the number of exhibitors in each category so as to enable as much
individual exposure for Clients to prospective customers. Where companies operate as independent businesses such as MLM or franchises the supplier will not provide exclusivity.
5. The Client will declare all items and services that they plan to promote or exhibit at the time of booking. Should the client not do so, and the product or service is found to be over-subscribed for the event, the client will be asked to remove from the display and not promote that product or service if it feels to be in conflict with other clients services.
5a. The Client will only exhibit those items in the category for which they have booked and will remove any items from display
if the Supplier feels this is in conflict with other Clients or events. There is to be no cross-promotion for other businesses who have not booked an exhibition stand.
6. The Client agrees to set up their Exhibit within the timelines stated by the Supplier and to be “set-up” at least ten minutes
before the event opens or be available and ready to showcase at the designated time for any online event
7. The Supplier shall not be liable for any delay or failure to provide the Services where such delay or failure is due to the
Client’s failure to comply with the Clause 5 and/or 6 above.
8 The Client agrees to make the appropriate payment on time as detailed in "fees".
9. The fees (“Fees”) for the Services are as per the online booking form, which will be subject to change from time to time.
10. The Client shall be required to pay a Non Refundable Booking Fee ("Booking Fee”) as detailed in these Terms & Conditions which is equal to £50 per Fayre booking within 24 hours of receipt of invoice for local "in-person" shows. The booking fee shall be non-refundable unless the Supplier fails to provide the Services and is at fault for such failure. Where the failure is not the fault of the Supplier, no refund shall be made.
11. If the Client does not pay the Deposit/full balance to the Supplier in accordance with Clause 9 & 9a the Supplier will not reserve a space at The Wedding Fayre.
12. The client will be required to pay the full amount for any online show booking upon receipt of invoice.
13. The balance of payment is due by NO LATER than the specified date on the clients' invoice. Should payment not be received by this date (after payment of the deposit) the Supplier reserves the right to exercise their statutory right to claim interest, compensation and reasonable debt recovery costs under the late payment legislation.
13a Should the client habitually make late payments, full payment will be immediately due upon booking and will be subject to our refund policy in the event of cancellation.
14. Payment plans are available upon request and will attract a 4% administration charge on the total value of the invoice. Payments are to be made on a "direct debit" basis through directly to the bank, either weekly or monthly. In the event of future cancellation, the client commits to payments totalling the required deposit of 25% of the booking total. Should a payment be missed, the full amount will become immediately due.
15. Fees can be paid by Bank Transfer and will only be accepted in UK Pounds.
14. Bookings must be made by completing the online booking form (found on The Wedding Emporium Website) or a paper booking form provided at Wedding Shows and paying the required deposit(s) within 24 hours after receipt of invoice. The Supplier is not obliged to accept an order for Services from the Client unless the Client has returned the completed booking form and Deposit and will only accept the order for services should there be space.
15. Bookings are on a ‘first come, first served’ basis. The Supplier cannot accept liability for a late return of the Booking Form and Deposit or full payment, whichever is required.
16. The Supplier will not accept bookings made by any other method than the online booking form or paper booking form provided at the end of wedding shows.
17. If an Event becomes fully booked due to same-day deposits or payments and booking forms being received, The Supplier reserves the
right to cancel bookings from clients based on those received last.
18. TWE provide lunches for up to two persons at each venue event, which are either catered by the hosting venue or provided premade
from the super-market. TWE will endeavour to cater for dietary requirements should these be notified at the time of booking. Due to the nature of the events, it is not possible for the supplier to protect from cross-contamination. Therefore, the supplier urges the client to take responsibility for their own food.
19. The Booking fee is Non-Refundable and is used for the advertising of each event through all of TWES usual channels, digital and in print. Where it has been agreed for the client to pay under a payment plan, the equivalent deposit will always be due, even in the event of cancellation by the client.
20. Should the Client cancel the booking the following fees remain payable as monies will be used to provide services for the event, not exclusive to marketing (both online and in print), local marketing materials and provision of refreshments: -. Please note if you wish for TWE to source a replacement for your booking, you will still be responsible for the fullcost up to the cancellation date according to the terms below and this will attract a £25.00 admin fee.
19.1 8 Weeks prior to the event date – 60% of the total booking value is payable
19.2 6 Weeks prior to the event date – 75% of the total booking value is payable
19.3 4 Weeks prior to the event date – The full amount is payable
19.4 For clients on payment plans please refer to clause 18 above, stating the deposit remains due regardless of later cancellation and will still be governed by clause 19 above.
21 Should a future event (Bookings after March 2020) be affected by the ONGOING issue of Coronavirus and Government Lockdown legislation your booking fee will be rolled over to the next event which will be notified to you in writing. Should you not be able to make this date TWE will endeavour to offer you an alternative event.
22. The Supplier reserves the right to cancel any booking made with the Client and will return any monies paid should they
wish to cancel the booking.
23. Stand spaces or online fayre positioning will be allocated by the supplier. Whilst every effort will be made to accommodate individual requests, this cannot be guaranteed, and the supplier reserves the right to assign space as will be most beneficial for the event, taking
into consideration ALL other exhibitors.
24. If the client is not present at the event within 30 minutes of the event opening time (with the exception of online events), the supplier reserves the right to allocate the space to a neighbouring exhibitor(s) or by an exhibitor which the supplier chooses to move, for the benefit of the event.
25. Should the client arrive after the event opening time, they are no longer entitled to this space. An alternative space will be
offered, at the discretion of the supplier, should a space be available. It should be noted the size of the space may differ
from that booked
26. Clients are not permitted to dismantle their display before the advertised closing time of the event, either in part or in full.
27. Clients that choose to disregard clause 26, except in the situation of an emergency, may be refused future event bookings.
Wedding Transport, Catering Vehicles, Mobile Bars
28. Clients exhibiting wedding vehicles or other transportation must ensure that they are clean and well presented. Vehicles
should use drip trays to catch any stray leaks. Any damage or spillage of oil, grease or fuel will be the responsibility of the
client and must be cleaned to a standard that meets with the venue's approval.
29. Any resulting costs from such spillage will be the responsibility of the client.
30. Clients using Horse-drawn vehicles must ensure that any animal faeces are immediately collected and not disposed of in
any public area or refuse bin. It is the clients’ responsibility to ensure the area remains clean for the public to visit.
31. Access to an electrical point must be requested by the client at the time of booking
32. All clients must provide their own electrical extension cables which MUST display an in-date PAT certification label.
33. All electrical equipment in use must have the appropriate in-date PAT certificate which is able to be presented upon request.
34. Failure to comply with clause 32 and 33 may mean the client is unable to use certain equipment on their display.
35. No refunds will be given for suppliers failing to comply with clause 30 and 31.
36. No table linen will be provided by the client.
Licenses & Certification
35. Clients should ensure they have the appropriate PPL (Phonographic Performance Limited) and PRS (Performing Rights
Society) licenses should they wish to use recorded material at the event.
36. The supplier will communicate details of the fair including arrival times and unloading/loading procedures via email prior
to the event. This information supercedes any previous information provided and is the responsibility of the client to ensure
that this information is passed on to any other agent or representative of the clients’ business.
Health and Safety
37. Clients must adhere to all fire, health and safety laws and regulations. Aisles and fire exits must not be blocked or partially
blocked at any time.
38. Clients must comply with the rules and regulations of the venue.
39. No children under 12 will be permitted to be in attendance at client stands during the opening time of the fayre.
40. Clients offering products/services within the food industry must ensure they are registered with environmental health and
be able to supply relevant certificates and consents upon demand.
41. Helium gas cylinders must be removed from the venue premises immediately after any construction of a balloon display
and remain in the clients’ storage facility under their correct storage/transportation license.
42. It is the responsibility of the client to ensure they have appropriate insurance provision (including but by no means limited
to public liability Insurance) for any claims by any persons visiting or partaking in the event. Event cancellation Insurance is strongly recommended.
43. The client shall indemnify the supplier against any claim or action for any injury or death being caused to any persons
whosoever by any negligence on the part of the client or for any damage to any property by the client.
44. Clients accept liability for all acts or omissions by themselves and/or their agents/representatives.
45. The supplier will in no way be responsible for the safety of any property owned or brought to the event by a client or any
other person on the clients’ behalf or for any loss or damage that may occur to such property, unless cause by the
negligence of the supplier.
46. The supplier reserves the right to stop any activity on the part of the client that may cause disruption to other exhibitors or
47. The client should only conduct business from their own stand and under no circumstances may this be carried out
anywhere else within the venue.
48. The supplier will not tolerate any conduct or behaviour that appears or is perceived to be inappropriate, discriminatory, or
offensive to other clients, the venue or event visitors.
49. The client must ensure that their stand only fills the space booked and must not encroach upon exits, corridors, walkways
or neighbouring stands. Articles may be removed by the supplier, with no responsibility on its part for any loss or damage
by such removal. The supplier reserves the right to eject any client who fails to comply with these Terms and Conditions.
There shall be no refund of payment should such action be deemed necessary by the supplier.
50. Should a visitor make a complaint directly to the supplier regarding a specific exhibitor on more than three occasions in
direct relation to service, trades description, behaviour (oral or written), the supplier reserves the right to terminate any or
all future bookings and will refund monies at their discretion. The supplier will not be associated with any such business
that may have a detrimental effect on the event or the suppliers’ business.
51. Clients who have a complaint on the day of an event, relating directly to the event or affecting their ability to exhibit at the
event must address their complaint to the supplier ONLY. The client must state in a courteous manner, in private, away
from other exhibitors the nature of the complaint and a proposed solution. The supplier will aim to resolve the complaint,
to the best of their ability given the time, situation and feasibility of such a complaint to the satisfaction of all parties.
52. The supplier reserves the right to amend or add to these terms and conditions and no waiver of these terms and conditions
shall release any exhibitor from the contract. No amendment of these terms and conditions proposed by the client shall
be of any effect unless agreed in writing by a director of TWE.
53. Submission of the online booking form and these terms and conditions constitute the entire agreement between Supplier
and Client. No statement, promise or representation made by or on behalf of the supplier (whether made orally or on the
suppliers’ website) shall be binding on the supplier unless agreed to in writing by the directors of TWE.
Liability and Indemnity
54. The Supplier will not due to any representation, implied warranty, condition or other term, or any duty at common law or
under these Terms and Conditions, be liable for any loss of profit or any indirect, special or consequential loss, damage,
costs, expenses or other claims (whether caused by the Supplier’s employees, agents or otherwise) in connection with its
provision of the Services or the performance of any of its other obligations under these Terms and Conditions
55. The Client shall indemnify the Supplier against all damages, costs, claims and expenses suffered by the Supplier arising
from any loss or damage to any equipment (including that belonging to third parties) caused by the Client
56. It is the Clients responsibility to ensure they have adequate Indemnity Insurance for the Wedding Fayre
57.For the purposes of this Contract, Force Majeure Event means an event beyond the reasonable control of the Supplier including but not limited to strikes, lock-outs or other industrial disputes (whether involving the workforce of the Seller or any other party), failure of a utility service or transport network, an act of God, floods, snow, war, terrorism, riot, civil commotion, interference by civil or military authorities, national or international calamity, malicious damage, compliance with any law or governmental order, rule, regulation or direction, accident, breakdown of plant or machinery, fire, flood, storm, snow, earthquake, epidemic or similar events, or default of suppliers or subcontractors.
58. The Seller shall not be liable to the Buyer as a result of any delay or failure to perform its obligations under this Contract as a result of a Force Majeure Event.
Law and Jurisdiction
59. These Terms and Conditions (including any non-contractual matters and obligations arising therefrom or associated
therewith) shall be governed by, and construed in accordance with, the laws of England and Wales.