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Weddings & Honeymoons supplement 2006

There’s more to weddings than a big meringue


If you’re fazed by the whole business of booking weddings – and let’s face it, there’s a lot to be fazed by – then look no further than this guide.


Over the next 17 pages, you’ll find step by step instructions on how to arrange every stage of a wedding, and earn yourself a bit of commission at the same time.


If you impress a couple on the most important booking of their life, chances are they’ll come back for more – that’s why getting it right is so important.


For agents, the booking process doesn’t just begin with the big day – it starts with buying the engagement ring – get them a bargain bobby dazzler and they’ll love you forever.


It doesn’t end with the wedding either – there’s an anniversary every year to consider.


You know the dates, you’ve got their contact details – why not target them with an offer or two? This is the kind of after-sale service that earns you a reputation as a specialist – and wins you more loyal customers.


Enjoy the guide and remember, weddings might seem like a lot of hassle compared with two weeks in the sun, but they’re the kind of booking that lets you prove your worth – and in the long run, that’s a lot more valuable that the commission.


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Matthew Hampton
Supplements editor,
Travel Weekly


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