Virtual Power Planning Sessions

Terms of Purchase

This Agreement is between Luna Rosa Events LLC (“Company”) and You (“Client”) (collectively the “Parties”, or in the singular “Party”), for the purpose of Client hiring Company for the coaching services outlined below. This Agreement shall become effective upon the selection of the terms and conditions checkbox in the checkout process during booking.

 

1. Scope of Power Planning Session

 

      VIP Power Planning Session (if purchased)

Pre-meeting questionnaire
2 hr virtual meeting
Budget creation
Guest list strategies
Emergency proofing your wedding day
Custom wedding planning checklist
Answer your burning wedding planning questions
Timeline skeleton
Wedding Planning Guide with tips & tricks
Minted Discount Code
1 Follow up 30-minute call to be used within 30 days of our power planning session

 

      Power Planning Session (if purchased)

Pre-meeting questionnaire
2 hr virtual meeting
Budget creation
Guest list strategies
Emergency proofing your wedding day
Custom wedding planning checklist
Answer your burning wedding planning questions

 

 

2. Fee & Retainer

In consideration for the power planning session services provided by Company, Client agrees to pay Company in full at the time of booking. Client shall make payment online through the Company’s client management system.

 

 

3. Refunds

In the event that this Agreement is terminated pursuant to Section 5, no portion of any payments of any kind whatsoever shall be owed or refunded to Client.

 

4. Power Planning Session Call

Power Planning Session call will occur once and will last for 120 minutes. Client understands that call will not go over time. All Power Planning Session call will occur via Zoom.

 

5. Term & Termination

Client may terminate this Agreement upon giving 14-days written Notice (as defined in Section 26) to Company, but no refund will be given whatsoever.

Company may terminate this Agreement at any time in the event Client breaches contract.

 

6. Communication

Company is generally available to provide services during normal business hours: Tuesday – Friday 10am – 4pm EST. Company’s primary source of communication is through its email hello@lunarosaevents.com. Company will respond to Client within 72 hours during business hours. Client agrees and understands that Company may take holidays and vacations off throughout the year.

 

7. Service Location

Both Parties agree and understand that the power planning session services to be provided under this Agreement shall be performed virtually.

 

8. Copyright

All virtual planning services, documents, emails, blogs, digital files, paper documents, and any other work created by Company in relation to this Agreement is the exclusive and sole property of Company and are protected by United States Copyright Laws (USC Title 17). Client hereby agrees that Company’s course and content is owned by Luna Rosa Events LLC and is not to be used for purposes beyond client implementation. Violations of this federal law will be subject to its civil and criminal penalties.

 

9. Confidentiality & Copyright

Client shall not (i) disclose to any third-party any details regarding the business of the Company, including, but not limited to, planning materials, mentoring style, customers, the prices it obtains, the prices at which it sells products and programs, manners of operation, plans or business ideas, strategies and workflows, trade secrets, or any other information pertaining to the business of the Company (the “Confidential Information”), (ii) make copies of any Confidential Information or any content based on the concepts contained within the Confidential Information for personal use or for distribution unless requested to do so by the Company, or (iii) use Confidential Information other than solely for the benefit of the Company.

 

Company will not use Client’s name, likeness, photos, or testimonial for advertising, press releases, announcements or any promotional purposes, including on its website, without the prior written consent of Client.

 

10. No Guarantees

Company does NOT make any guarantees as to the Client’s personal, business, or financial results of any planning services provided. Company agrees to provide the services listed in this Agreement in a reasonable and timely manner. Client agrees to take responsibility for Client’s own results and understands that the virtual planning guidance provided by Company takes work, time, and commitment.

 

11. Release & Reasonable Expectations

Client has spent a satisfactory amount of time reviewing Company’s business and has a reasonable expectation that Company’s services throughout the virtual power planning session will produce different outcomes and results for each client it works with. Client understands and agrees that:

 

  • Every client and final result is different.

  • Consulting is a subjective service and Company may give different information to each Client depending on its personal wedding planning needs.

  • Company will use its personal judgment to create favorable experiences to each Client depending on their personal wedding planning needs.

  • Dissatisfaction with Company’s independent judgment or individual planning style are not valid reasons for termination of this Agreement or request of any monies returned.

 

12. Disclaimer

Client agrees and understands Company is not providing the professional services of an attorney, accountant, financial planner, therapist or any other kind of licensed or certified professional. Should Client desire professional services that exceed the scope of this Agreement, Client must sign a letter of engagement of said professional services with the appropriate service provider.

 

13. Non-Disparagement

Company and the Client agree that, at all times during this Agreement and in perpetuity, they shall use reasonable and good faith efforts to ensure that neither Party engages in any vilification of the other, and shall refrain from making any false, negative, critical or disparaging statements, implied or expressed, concerning the other, including, but not limited to, management style, methods of doing business, the quality of products and services, role in the community, or treatment of Company. The Parties further agree to do nothing that would damage the other’s business reputation or goodwill; provided, however, that nothing in this Agreement shall prohibit either Party’s disclosure of information which is required to be disclosed in compliance with applicable laws or regulations or by order of a court or other regulatory body of competent jurisdiction.

 

14. Indemnification

Each Party hereby agrees to indemnify and hold harmless the other Party and its agents from and against any and all losses, damages, liabilities, expenses and costs, including reasonable legal expenses and attorneys’ fees, to which the other may become subject as a result of any claim, demand, action or other legal proceeding by any third-party to the extent such losses arise directly or indirectly out of activities performed by the other Party pursuant to this Agreement, except to the extent such losses result from the gross negligence or willful misconduct of a Party.

 

15. Maximum Damages

The sole remedy for any actions or claims shall be limited to the maximum amount not to exceed the total monies paid by Client under this Agreement.

 

16. Limitation of Liability

Client acknowledges that while the Company may provide personal wedding planning solutions and suggestions, it is up to Client to act in its own best interest and understands that all decisions for planning ultimately fall upon Client. Client agrees that all business, personal, and financial decisions are its own responsibility. 

 

In no event shall Company be liable under this Agreement to Client or any other third-party for consequential, indirect, incidental, special, exemplary, punitive, or enhanced damages, arising out of, relating to, or in connection with any breach of this Agreement, regardless of (a) whether such damages were foreseeable, (b) whether or not Client was advised of such damages, and (c) the legal or equitable theory (contract, tort, or otherwise) upon which the claim is based.

 

17. Force Majeure

No Party shall be liable or responsible to the other Party, nor be deemed to have defaulted under or breached this Agreement, for any failure or delay in fulfilling or performing any term of this Agreement (except for any obligations to make payments to the other Party hereunder), when and to the extent such failure or delay is caused by or results from acts beyond the impacted party’s (“Impacted Party”) control that are unforeseen and unpredictable at the time of contracting, including, but not limited to, the following force majeure events (“Force Majeure Events”): (a) acts of God; (b) a natural disaster (fires, explosions, earthquakes, hurricane, flooding, storms, explosions, infestations), epidemic, or pandemic; (c) war, invasion, hostilities (whether war is declared or not), terrorist threats or acts, riot or other civil unrest; (d) government order or law; (e) actions, embargoes or blockades in effect on or after the date of this Agreement; (f) action by any governmental authority; (g) national or regional emergency; (h) strikes, labor stoppages or slowdowns or other industrial disturbances; and (i) shortage of adequate power or transportation facilities. The Impacted Party shall give Notice within 5-10 days of the Force Majeure Event to the other Party, stating the period of time the occurrence is expected to continue. The Impacted Party shall use diligent efforts to end the failure or delay and ensure the effects of such Force Majeure Event are minimized. The Impacted Party shall resume the performance of its obligations as soon as reasonably practicable after the removal of the cause. In the event that the Impacted Party’s failure or delay remains uncured for a period of 15-30 days following Notice given by it, the other Party may thereafter terminate this Agreement upon Notice. The Retainer and all other payments made by Client up to the date of Notice of a Force Majeure Event are non-refundable but will be transferrable to date with Company within 6 months.

 

18. Cancellation of Services by Company

In the event Company determines, in its sole discretion, that it cannot or will not perform its obligations under this Agreement due to circumstances including, but not limited to, injury, illness, death of family member, pregnancy, military orders, religious obligations, or other personal emergencies, it will:

1.     Immediately give Notice to Client;

2.     Issue a refund or credit based on a reasonably accurate percentage of services rendered; and

3.     Excuse Client of any further performance and/or payment obligations under this Agreement.

 

19. Sales Tax

Should any sale and/or use tax be imposed on any part of this Agreement, such tax shall be collected from Client and remitted by Company. All sales tax will be included on invoices.

 

20. Entire Agreement

This is a binding Agreement that incorporates the entire understanding of the Parties, supersedes any other written or oral agreements between the Parties, and any modifications must be in writing, signed by both Parties, and physically attached to the original agreement. 

 

21. Venue & Jurisdiction

This Agreement shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the State of Georgia including all matters of construction, validity, performance, and enforcement and without giving effect to the principles of conflict of laws. The Parties agree that any dispute or lawsuit arising out of, or concerning, this Agreement that is not first resolved by arbitration shall be resolved exclusively in a federal or state court of competent jurisdiction located in DeKalb county, Georgia. The Parties assume responsibility for their own collection costs and legal fees incurred should enforcement of this Agreement should it become necessary..

 

22. Mediation and Arbitration

Any and all disputes or disagreements rising between the Parties out of this Agreement upon which an amicable understanding cannot be reached, shall be decided first by mediation, and if mediation is unsuccessful, then arbitration in accordance with the procedural rules of the American Arbitration Association. The Parties agree to be bound by the decision of the arbitrator(s). The arbitration proceeding shall take place in DeKalb county, Georgia. another location is mutually agreed to by the Parties. The cost and expenses of the arbitrators shall be shared equally by the Parties. Each Party shall be responsible for its own costs and expenses in presenting the dispute for arbitration.

 

23. Severability & No Waiver


In the event that any part of this Agreement is found to be invalid or unenforceable, the remainder of this Agreement shall remain valid and enforceable. Any failure by one or both Parties to enforce a provision of this Agreement shall not constitute a waiver of any other portion or provision of this agreement.

 

24. Transfer

This Agreement cannot be transferred or assigned to any third-party by either the Company or Client without written consent of all Parties.

 

25. Headings

Headings and titles are provided in this Agreement for convenience only and will not be construed as part of this Agreement.

 

26. Notice

Parties shall provide effective Notice (“Notice”) to each other via email at the date and time which the Notice is sent: Company’s Email: hello@lunarosaevents.com.

 

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Alicia & Ravi

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rome, italy

Sara & Giani

lake como, italy

Francesco & Andrea

rome, italy

Anna & Matteo

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