From the first initial wedding consultation onward, wedding planners are expected to know-it-all. Anxious couples, who are overwhelmed by the chaos of their upcoming marriage can throw questions, assumptions, and a lot more at you to see just what you are made of at an initial wedding meeting.
As a first-time wedding planner, I don’t expect you to know just how to go about tackling frazzled clients who want their wedding to be a lovely and memorial affair. Having come through the humble beginnings that you are currently trudging over, I know just how difficult it is for the first-time planners.
Your first consultation as a wedding planner can be tricky to navigate through. While you try your best to rope in clients, your prospects are busy testing your knowledge, your patience and your expertise.
Initial Wedding Consultation Planner Kit Key Features:
What do you expect from this kit? Here’s a quick run through some of our key features to give you an idea of what is coming your way:
This kit contains a practice script with detail instructions on how to go through your initial consultation wedding planner meeting. The practice script can be modified to meet your every need.
Website Inquiry Form Template:
A majority of your clients will come from your website inquiry form. Follow our template to make their journey towards you much easier.
Let’s Get Acquainted Questionnaire:
Once a client has gotten in touch with you, your let’s get acquainted questionnaire is the best way to get to know them and their needs.
5 Emails Templates:
Inquiry emails can be tricky as you don’t want to sound needy or desperate. Follow our templates for smooth sailings and helpful tools.
Initial Wedding Consultation Form:
This is the cherry on the top. This wedding planner intake form will help you stay focused on your prospect’s wedding and everything they are envisioning. This can help transition a prospect from the pipeline into the amazing world of revenue.
Our Initial Wedding Consultation Kit includes the key features above and much more to help you gain confidence in your meetings. Ace your consultations as you steady your footings as a newbie wedding planner!
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