Safety is our top concern and with COVID-19 disrupting so much of our everyday lives it is also impacting our couples.  We want to ensure everyone that all of us at Arpeggio Wedding Entertainment are here for you through any changes and adjustments you need to make with your wedding plans or if you need more time to make upcoming scheduled payments. Please get in touch with us so we can work together to figure out a solution. Hoping everyone stays safe so we can see you out on the dance floor soon!
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We are still booking! We encourage you to reach out sooner rather than later about your upcoming wedding due to the rescheduling of many of our 2020 weddings.  For new bookings, we are offering reduced deposits and waiving all credit card transaction fees. 

To Our Booked Couples:
Please remember that throughout your wedding planning process you have unlimited access to Debbie, your DJ, and the client planning portal. Feel free to call or text us anytime with any questions about your wedding at 401-769-1325.

Here are the most common questions we have received with answers to help you in planning your wedding day.

What if we want to postpone our wedding?
If you are looking to postpone your wedding, please check with your venue first to find out their policy. Let us know what dates you are considering; we will check our availability and can also help coordinate with your other vendors. 

Is there a fee or any restrictions to postpone our wedding?
Yes, if you are moving your wedding into 2022 from your original 2021 date there will be a $100 admin fee to postpone your date. If your original wedding day was 2020 and you are moving your wedding into 2022 there will be a $350 admin fee to postpone your date.  All previous payments will be applied to your new wedding date and we will adjust your payment schedule accordingly. The admin fee covers credit card processing fees, administrative overhead, documentation, preparation, and other management of your wedding.

What if our DJ isn’t available on the new wedding date?
We have several DJs within the company; therefore, we should be able to accommodate all postponements.

Price Increases
Will the price increase if we move our wedding day?
If you were a 2020 wedding that moved to 2021 and are considering moving to 2022 there will be a price increase added of $250 in addition to the $100 admin fee ($350 total). If your wedding was originally set for 2021 and you are postponing into 2022, we will honor the contract price and packages and you will only be charged the $100 admin fee to move your date.

Should we still make our scheduled payments?
If you are in a position where you can make your scheduled payments, please continue to do so. If not, please let us know and we will work on a flexible payment schedule.

Canceling Our Wedding
What if we choose to cancel?
Our 20-year policy of crediting payments in place of refunds remains in effect to support our team of professionals. 100% of your payments will be credited towards a future event. There is no time limit on using your credit. Your credit is also transferrable to another individual or couple and can be used with us or our sister company WRIK Entertainment for any wedding, private or corporate event. Whether your wedding day goes as planned or on a different day, we are looking forward to celebrating with you!

Creative COVID Options:
10 Guest Ceremony and Cocktails Package

50 Guest Wedding Package
Post Wedding Day Celebration (small ceremony now w/big party later!)

Check out these dancing alternatives for your wedding.

Please contact Debbie by text or phone at 401-769-1325 for pricing and details.

We look forward to seeing you on the dance floor soon!

As of 11/9/2020
Photo by Til Death Photo

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