Tuesday, December 14, 2010

After the wedding…the honeymoon

After all the wedding planning and the actual wedding itself the honeymoon is the icing on the cake. Many couples want to go on a dream vacation for their honeymoon but do not know where to begin. Just like you have hired professionals to help you have your dream wedding, you should hire a professional to help you with your honeymoon. Travel agents have the training and the expertise to help make your honeymoon one that you will always remember.

Gwen McMillan of VIP Concierge Travel, LLC told us that experience is what sets them apart from others. The expertise of a travel professional is key in making the honeymoon a dream come true experience. VIP Concierge Travel takes advantage of educational opportunities so that when their clients "go, we know" their expectations will be met. At VIP Concierge Travel specialists work one-on-one with clients to learn about their likes and dislikes, and their wants and expectations so that they can work to provide then with a fabulous honeymoon. There one stop shop helps couples to enhance their honeymoon experience by letting their family and friends know their honeymoon wishes at http://vipconciergetravel.honeymoonwishes.com The bride and groom have a lot on their mind, the honeymoon takes considerable planning and research at VIP customer service is there priority. They can handle every last detail so couples don't have to, hence their motto....."The choice is yours, the pleasure is ours".

Gwen says that their ideal client understands that planning the perfect, stress-free honeymoon is a breeze when working with a professional. “The client values our experience of planning many honeymoons and to help them through the planning process, creating memories of a lifetime.”

Gwen suggests starting the planning earlier so there is greater likelihood to book the perfect honeymoon destination. “By choosing to work with a professional you make "your time" relaxing; you will also have the security of having someone with power in your corner if anything starts to go wrong.”

Happy Planning


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