What to Say When Following Up with Brides

As a wedding vendor, you have leads coming in from bridal shows, referrals, social media, and website forms. The question arises, what do you say when it comes time to follow up? Here are a few tips to use when planning your method of reaching out to your potential clients: 1. Make it personal – […]

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The Messy, Waxy Lies of Sales

I got my legs professionally waxed this week. (You’re welcome for the visual OUCH.) Something interesting happened: I walked in planning to spend about $150 and ending up with a bill of $219.80. Was I ripped off? Brainwashed into overspending? Confused by the inhalation of perfumes and tonics? Nope. I was HAPPY about it. I […]

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Pricing psychology: Tricks so brides can’t say “no!”

Tricks so brides can't say "no!"

Pricing psychology is not a new phenomenon. In fact, even if you look at the words “pricing psychology” or “strategic pricing,” you intuitively know what it means. Overall, it’s a tactic that takes advantage of customers’ emotional responses to certain price points. Since you’re in the wedding business, you’ve seen more than one emotional response, […]

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Diversify! Make More Money By Charging Your Clients Less

Diversify!

In London, some folks are getting ready to open up something of a wedding superstore. You’ll be able to buy dresses and tuxes there, but that’s only the beginning. You can order stationary. Test out the fare of, and book, caterers. Ditto for DJs, who will have sample recordings and videos. Wedding insurance. EVVVVERYTHING. By […]

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