Frequently Asked Questions


Are you a "one stop shop" for Entertainment, Videography and Photography?
Are you only a "one stop shop"?
What wedding events will you shoot video and/or pictures for?
How far in advance should I book my event?
What is the minimum/maximum amount of time in advance that I can book my event?
Do you require a contract?
Do you require a deposit or retainer?
What is the difference between a retainer and a deposit?
Why do you require a retainer versus a deposit?
Can the retainer be less than 50%?
How do I create a contract using your online booking system?

 

 

Are you a "one stop shop" for Entertainment, Videography and Photography?
Yes. We now offer a very wide and complete range of professional services in each of these area's that can be booked simultaneously for an event.

Are you only a "one stop shop"?
No. We will be happy to book anywhere from one to all of the individual services we offer to fit exactly what your needs are for your event.

What wedding events will you shoot video and/or pictures for?
We will shoot just about any wedding event that you can think of.
Here is a list of wedding events that you may want to consider having recorded:
Engagement Session
Bridal Session
Rehearsal Dinner
Pre-Ceremony
Prelude
Ceremony
Post Ceremony
Pre-Reception
Reception
Post-Reception

How far in advance should I book my event?
Our suggestion is to book your event as soon as possible in advance to assure availability of your date. Dates do fill up very quickly and some customers are known to book a year or more in advance. Most customers book around 6 - 8 months in advance. Pending availability, we also book many events with very little advance notice.

What is the minimum/maximum amount of time in advance that I can book my event?
Pending availability, we will be happy to book your event from one day to two years in advance of the event date.

Do you require a contract?
Yes, due to the time sensitive nature of the entertainment, videography and photography businesses we do require a contract and retainer on all events. The event date is not held without receipt of the contract and retainer.

Do you require a deposit or retainer?
We do require a retainer fee, usually 50% of the total event price at the time of booking.

What is the difference between a retainer and a deposit?
In the legal arena, a deposit is usually refundable, a retainer is non-refundable and "retains" services on a specific date. A retainer is still applied to the total price in the same manner that a deposit would be and reduces the balance due accordingly.

Why do you require a retainer versus a deposit?
To further stress the point that once an event is booked, the date may not be changed or canceled without the penalty of a forfeited retainer.

Can the retainer be less than 50%?
Yes Nick Peluso Productions may approve a retainer fee of less than 50%. Please contact us for more information and approval.

How do I create a contract using your online booking system?
In order to create a contract that you can mail in with your retainer, you may click on the link below or type the address in your web browser:

http://www.nickpeluso.djintelligence.com/booking

Simply fill in the blanks and click "create document" at the bottom of the screen. This will create a completed contract that can be printed, signed and mailed in with your retainer. Once we receive the contract and retainer, we will sign a copy and mail it back to you.

If you have any questions concerning the fields on the booking system form, please contact us and we will be happy to assist.

If you prefer that we create the contract and mail you a paper copy to be signed and mailed back, please let us know and we will be happy to do so. We will also include a self addressed and stamped envelope to assist you in mailing the contract and retainer to us.