planner. Tuesday , August 15th , 2017 - 18:58:48 PM
FALSE! The answer is actually opposite of what one might think. The couple actually wants to come into your office to talk about themselves, their wedding, and to make sure you can solve their pain...planning THEIR wedding! Actually, if you take a little time and get to know the couple and LISTEN to their vision landing the client will be a cinch. There are several aspects during interview that put your client at ease and make the initial consultation run like clock work. Discovering the couple''s style, guest count, date and time of the wedding, money priorities, and wedding details all must be made known upfront PLUS the most important part YOUR ROLE in the planning process.
5. Manage unexpected demands. I recognize that it is not always possible to organize your work to minimize surprises and problems as a planner, in spite of your best efforts. You can control your response to an unexpected demand by determining how you will accommodate it, and when you will accommodate it. Sometimes clients simply want to know they have been heard and their request will be taken care of.
If I sound as if I lack humility I apologize, it is only because this first area requires me to be direct, so to make sure the message is clear I want to keep it as simple as possible.
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