Wedding Photography Receipt and Agreement

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Do you need a professional Wedding Photography Receipt and Agreement for a Wedding shoot? Download this professional Wedding Photography Agreement and Receipt template now! 

This easy customizable Wedding Photography Receipt can be used for any kind of personal matter. We support you by providing this Wedding Photography Receipt template, which will save you time, cost and efforts and help you to reach a higher level of success in your business.

A basic Wedding Photography Receipt and Agreement usually includes the following:

  • Bride & bride groom’s names, and the relevant contact information;
  • Description of the service to be rendered;
  • Breakdown of all the related fees (including deposit) and payment schedule;
  • Date, time and location of the ceremony and reception;
  • Rights and usage of materials: will you give your clients the rights to all the photos, or will you give them proofs only and keep the printing rights? How are they allowed to use the photos?;
  • Model release: do you want permission to add their photos to your portfolio or for advertising?;
  • Signatures of both parties.

Download this ready to use Wedding Photography Receipt template now and make your work a little easier!

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