get real sales tip :: bridal shows

It’s BRIDAL SHOW season! yup yup yup!

So here are two quick get real sales tips regarding working your bridal show. You’ll want to watch, because when I say “get real”, that is exactly what I mean.

Big thanks to #HusbandWonder who bought me a tripod for Christmas. A much needed gift.

Now if he can just purchase the “soft Barbra Streisand lens” for my camera…. my life would be complete.

ps Let me know what you think AND … what do you see that happens at bridal shows? This should be interesting….

happy selling!

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  2. Thanks for the great tips!

    I think it’s also important for vendors to treat their fellow vendors with the respect that they want to receive. At a recent bridal show, another wedding planner walked up to our booth and asked what we do. When she saw that we were planners as well, she said “Oh we can’t talk to you, you’re competition” and walked away. I never knew that bridal shows were a competition. It’s not a race to see who will get the most sales.

    Never leave a bad impression with someone who you may have to work with or someone who wouldn’ve sent you referrals in the future.

  3. saundra says:

    Estella, Thanks for your input. We’ve had similar things happen to us as well, or worse, snarky remarks. So sad.

  4. lindsey says:

    Thank you for sharing!

    In the bad vendor behavior category, I had another vendor walk up to our booth and interrupt the conversation I was having with a potential client- to speak with said potential client. I was astounded.

    We don’t offer discounts though, so that is one thing we don’t have to worry about!

    Thank you again,

  5. Camisha says:

    Great video!

    You really pointed out some great points! Rudeness gets you no where. Whether that is from the Bride or from the vendor. Everyone loses. Thank you so much for sharing, I’m getting geared up for my very first bridal show and need all the advice, tips, and suggestions I can get! 🙂

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