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Can a wedding vendor sue over lost profits if I didn't put a deposit down or sign a contract?

Question Details: I'm getting married this weekend and I have a wedding vendor that sent me an email saying that I'm overdue on a payment. I denied this but soon found out I did respond to them 5 months ago about going with them. I didn't sign a contract or leave a deposit. Honestly, I completely forgot to tell them that we are not going to be using their services. Can they sue over lost profits when I didn't even put down a deposit 5 months ago or sign anything?

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