To have and to hold

James, Lisa
January 2009
Travel Weekly (UK);1/30/2009, p43
Trade Publication
The article offers tips of travel agents regarding reservations for perfect wedding package. It notes that Danny Waine, marketing director of Perfect Weddings and Honeymoons, states that time scale is a vital part to consider such as Austria or Italy takes three months for paperwork and to get married quicker, Cyprus and Caribbean is suggested. Agents reveal the key is to book the bride and groom first then deal with guests. Two case studies in managing travel wedding package is presented.


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