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4 March 2021

Letter to complain about late wedding photographs

Your wedding photographer may be in breach of contract if they haven't provided your photographs in reasonable time. Our letter helps you to give them an ultimatum.
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[Your address]

[Photographer’s address]

Dear [Photographer's name]

Re: The wedding of [yours and your partner’s names] on [date of your wedding]

We hired you as the photographer for our wedding on [date] and you were contracted to provide [number of images] from the event. 

To date we have received no images. It has now been [number of days/ weeks] since our wedding. 

Under the Consumer Rights Act, goods must be received within a reasonable time. We do not believe this is a reasonable time.

Please provide all of the images within the next seven days or we will consider you in breach of contract and will be seeking a full refund of [cost of photographer] and compensation of [amount of compensation sought] for ‘loss of memory of the day’.

Yours faithfully,

[Your name]

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