Code of Ethics

 

pillarsArticle One: I will accurately represent my qualifications and expertise in all communications.

Article Two: I will act and speak professionally so as to not offend or bring discredit to the weddings services profession.

Article Three: I will be committed to understanding my customer’s needs.

Article Four: I will communicate clearly with my clients in layman’s language what my prices are and what services are included. I will gladly answer questions about these things so that my client is comfortable with what has been ordered.

Article Five:  I will maintain the trust of clients and respect the affairs of clients and RBA members who may share information in confidence.

Article Six:  I will treat other wedding professionals with courtesy and dignity.

Article Seven:  I will provide services in those areas in which I am qualified to serve. When unable or unqualified to fulfill requests for services, I will make every effort to recommend the services of a qualified professional.

Article Eight:  I will protect the public against fraud or unfair practices and shall attempt to disengage all practices which bring discredit to the profession.

Article Nine:  I will not be party to agreements which unfairly limit or restrain access to the marketplace by any other wedding professional, client or to the public, based on race, creed, color, sex, age, physical disability or country of origin.