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Hi there,

I'm Elisabetta White

DESTINATION WEDDING CONSULTANT

I teach aspiring international planners & destination wedding venues how to launch and finesse their services, so they can grow with confidence and become profitable, faster.

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Build the destination wedding business you truly desire!

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You don’t have to sit through every single free training, learning the hard way, watching unprofitable years go by before you decide to take action and do it right.

Believe me, I tried and it didn’t work. It wasn’t until I took my growth seriously and invested in myself that things started to fall into place nicely.

Learning from mistakes is the amateur’s game. Investing in yourself to grow bigger, better and profitable is what real entrepreneurs and businesses do.

Let me help you take you there. To that place where one year from now your destination wedding business is shaped up so you can run it with confidence, allowing you to stand out for your excellence and reputation.

WORK WITH ME

I specialise in helping aspiring international planners & destination wedding venues launching and refining their services and offers, so they can grow with confidence and become profitable, faster.

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FOR ASPIRING INTERNATIONAL PLANNERS

FOR ASPIRING INTERNATIONAL PLANNERS

One to one and online consulting to get you from zero to launch, and beyond, with confidence and practical know-how.

FOR DESTINATION WEDDING VENUES

Tailored consulting services to help you take profitable steps that will allow you to deliver a better service for international couples and leave your mark in the destination wedding market.

Where do you want to be a year from now?

  • Confident in your destination services

  • Serving the perfect couples for you and your business,

    not just chasing luxury because that’s what everyone does

  • Traveling to incredible destinations

    and carving out for yourself the lifestyle you want

  • Running a business recognised for its excellence

It's time to take action and get the support you need to make sure you get there

Featured on the blog

The importance of following up with enquiries

Sometimes dealing with enquiries is like eating one of those Cornettos, you know, #justonecornetto? The one with the hard chocolatey tip?  I don't know about you, but that's the bit I love the most. I like eating the top, but then rush through the middle to get to the hard chocolate at the bottom. I have a bite, then stuff the rest in my mouth coz, let's be real, what's left is a TINY bit of cone and chocolate... If you took one more bite you can guarantee it will crumble, right?  Now, you're probably wondering: "What does Cornetto have anything to do with dealing with enquiries?"  More than you realise actually!  This is the deal: we put a lot of effort into replying to those enquiries, securing a consultation, sending a proposal. That phase is like eating the hazelnut crunchy top – it's fun, a bit messy but overall...

My Top 8 Must Do’s When Replying To Destination Enquiries

Last year a friend of ours came to meet our little baby and turned up with flowers from one of the most expensive flower shops in London, a teddy for our daughter (the kind you don't let your child play with, 'cos it's a collectable) and in a small envelope that I almost dismissed, there was a whopping £100 voucher for an Italian baby clothes boutique in London. Now, to clarify, our friend doesn't do high street; he only wears luxurious fabrics, brand names that cost ££££s, and travels 1st class everywhere. So when said friend buys you a voucher for a specific boutique, your expectations are sky-high! A few days ago I checked the website and decided to spend that voucher. I saw an exquisite navy blue coat, with velvet collar and pockets details... It was perfection. I click on the size I need for my little one, and of course,...

The importance of following up with enquiries

Sometimes dealing with enquiries is like eating one of those Cornettos, you know, #justonecornetto? The one with the hard chocolatey tip?  I don’t know about you, but that’s the bit I love the most. I like eating the top, but then rush through the middle to get to the hard chocolate at the bottom. I…

My Top 8 Must Do’s When Replying To Destination Enquiries

Last year a friend of ours came to meet our little baby and turned up with flowers from one of the most expensive flower shops in London, a teddy for our daughter (the kind you don’t let your child play with, ‘cos it’s a collectable) and in a small envelope that I almost dismissed, there…

How To Make Your Enquiry Form Work Hard For You

A few days ago I received an enquiry from a directory I advertise in that read: “Name: Such & SuchDate of the wedding: MM/YYWhere would you like to get married: ItalyMore info: “groom from XXX, bride from XXX, around 30-40 guests.” DONE. Seriously, not a word more, not a word less.  I’m ok with this…

When you don’t feel legit

Have I ever told you of that time I gave $1200 to a designer that took 1.5 years to do my rebrand, to then end up having to hire someone else to finish it off because I realised we weren’t going anywhere?  Event just writing this I feel ashamed. And as much as I would…

23 things I wish I knew when I started as a destination wedding planner

What is one of your biggest regrets in life? I thought about this today, and I came up with quite a list – a mix between wishing I made the most of my summers as a single young girl to travel through Europe, and wishing I went for a bigger size when I bought that…

Should wedding planners take commissions from suppliers?

As a destination wedding planner I am a member of The UK Alliance of Wedding Planners Ltd. The Alliance’s stance on commissions has always been clear – until not to long ago all planner members, UK and destination, were to abide to a code of contact that required them not to accept, or to pass…

You’ve only done half of your duty

“You’ve only done half of your duty” My dad used to tell me this sentence A LOT. It wasn’t because he liked to make us feel like we were never doing enough. Far from it. The message was something I came to appreciate later in the years. Going to school & studying was just half…