Do You Have What It Takes to Be a Consultant on “Say Yes to the Dress?”

Jennifer Post

How would you handle a mother who thinks she can pick the dress because she is paying for it?

Are you cool with a bride bringing her fiancé along?

Would you show a bride dresses over her budget?

What if the bride chose a dress that you hated?

Do you think brides actually know what they want?

Would you do everything in your power to get a bride the dress she wants if she can't afford the sticker price?

Brides come in all shapes and sizes. What would you do if a bride doesn't fit in any of the dresses available to try on?

Who are you trying to please the most?

Could you handle it if a bride hated every dress you showed her?

Be honest. Would you judge the bride if she brought all of her sorority sisters with her?

A bride comes in and tells you her wedding is in three months. What do you tell her?

Do you have bridal boutique experience?

What's one word you would use to describe your personality?

Who is your favorite wedding dress designer?

Do you think all wedding dresses should be white?

Are you strong enough to carry multiple heavy wedding dresses at one time?

Would you go above and beyond for your clients?

Do you enjoy lifting other women up and making them feel the best they can?

Which of the below is your current job most like?

Do you have any weaknesses that would prevent you from being a good consultant?

If the mother of a bride pulled you aside and told you to pull a dress that you know the bride doesn't want, what would you do?

How patient a person are you?

Is there such a thing as being too enthusiastic?

What turns you off about salespeople?

Do you think you need fashion experience in order to be a good consultant?

Should wedding dresses be trendy or classic?

Do you carry customer service into the rest of your life?

Sometimes the first dress a bride chooses doesn't end up being right, so they come to you for a do-over. How do you treat them?

Do you care a great deal about your own appearance?

What do you think the most important thing about being a bridal consultant would be?

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About This Quiz

Working in customer service in any capacity is no easy task, but being the person to potentially sell a bride her wedding dress might be the toughest of them all. Brides are notoriously baskets of stress and aren't always themselves when it comes to making decisions for their weddings. The dress is maybe the most important decision to make after the proposal. With all of the different fabrics, cuts, waistlines, lengths, colors and designers, it seems nearly impossible to narrow down all of the options. But that's where the consultants come in!

They are there to listen to you and get a really good feel for what your wedding will be like. That will help them know what to look for when they go back into the stock room. It helps if the bride has dresses in mind upon arrival, but often brides end up picking something entirely different once they've seen dresses on their body. There will be tears, there will be fighting and screams of joy (most of the time) and there will be moments that you'll want to remember forever as a consultant. Think you have what it takes to be a "Say Yes To The Dress" consultant? Take this quiz and find out!

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