This premarital agreement is made on this 22nd day of October, 2012.
Whereas _____ and _____ aim to get married under the laws of _____ — she claiming not to be a runaway bride and he not intending to bed a bridesmaid — we present one last option should plans fall through.
1. Parties will contact the (diligent) industry experts at wedding swap firm Bridal Brokerage.
2. Parties will complete a requisite online profile — confirming original wedding date, booked vendors and venues, and deposits paid thus far.
3. B.B. wedding planners will locate betrothed couples seeking a preplanned (and deeply discounted) wedding package and attempt to recoup up to 50 percent of the original wedding costs. (Two to six months is ideal, but they’ve flipped jilted weddings in mere weeks.)
4. Parties will leave awkward tasks (contacting vendors, rush-designing professional invitations, and letting down ring bearers) to the B.B. team and get back to the business of living happily ever apart.
Available at bridalbrokerage.com.
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