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Last week, we headed off to Kefalonia to watch our daughter marry the man of her dreams on a beautiful Mediterranean beach.
Walking her down the aisle was one of the proudest moments of my life and one I will treasure forever. She was stunning, gracious and simply mesmerising as she vowed to love the new man in her life forever.
As a travel agent, I saw the other side. We regularly book weddings abroad and it’s up there in our top three holidays we love to book, but I have never been on the other end of the booking before and it gave me a whole new perspective.
Admittedly, I was under a little more pressure than another father of the bride. After all, I booked the whole thing so if it didn’t go right, it was on me.
Luckily, it was perfect (of course it was). But I hadn’t planned for the nerves or pure emotion that would come with it.
So, given my recent experience, I thought I would share my top tips on booking and travelling when the purpose is wedding bells.
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“Sleigh bells ring, are you listening? In the lane, snow is glistening. A beautiful sight, we’re happy tonight. Walking in a winter wonderland.”
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