faq

The minimum service fee is required for all Saturday weddings, regardless of number of bridesmaids/moms.

What if I don't have 5 bridesmaids, do I still pay the minimum service fee?

Service additions can be made up to 60 days before your wedding and must be approved. Removing services is not allowed after signing and paying the non-refundable retainer. Have a change in your getting ready location? No worries, I will update your contract and invoice to reflect accordingly. 

Can I make changes to my contract after it is already signed?

This will be determined based on your wedding timeline. I can accommodate parties of all sizes if I have enough time. Do you have a larger party, or are you on a time crunch? I am happy to recommend stylists to fill in the gaps.

HOW MANY PEOPLE CAN YOU ACCOMMODATE?

I will reach out 90 days before your wedding to get your bridal trial on the books. I like to schedule your trial as close to the wedding as possible - by then all of the details will have come together!

WHEN SHOULD I SCHEDULE MY BRIDAL TRIAL?

While bridal trials are not required, they are highly recommend. This will give us a chance to talk about the details for your hair, and create your wedding day look. It will give us both an idea of what to expect on your wedding day.

is a bridal trial required?

I know booking hair for your wedding is important, and you want to know we are a good fit. However, scheduling a trial before booking does not hold/secure your wedding date - a paid retainer and signed contract is still required.

can I have a trial before a book?

I will travel up to 45 miles from my home base near Rocky River, OH with a travel fee of $1 per mile. Travel over 45 miles will be considered on a case-by-case basis. Never hesitate to reach out!

Do you travel?

I reserve on a first-come, first-served basis. A 30% non-refundable retainer and signed contract is required to secure your wedding date.


How do I reserve my wedding date?‚Äč


No worries! Feel free to send me an email at megancoxbridal@gmail.com.

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