Editorials can also be such an inspiration to other Wedding Professionals and couples. Lesliene Robinet, WPICC, of Eloi Designs, shared her unique vision with us and I asked her a few questions about her concept for this Editorial.
On Wednesday, August 15, 2018 we had an amazing evening of “weducation” at the WPIC office. TravelOnly representatives came by to discuss, “Adding Travel to Your Wedding Revenue”. Opportunities exist for WPIC alumni to join the TravelOnly team and we invited our alumni to hear how.
We asked our Alumni to help us give some of their favourite tips to couples on our social media. Today’s #TuesdayTip is from Cher of Hustle and Heart: “Want to try out a new makeup look for your wedding, but think you should have a trial first? Book your trial makeup appointment for the sameRead More
We absolutely LOVE when WPIC alumni send us their wedding editorials and real wedding submissions! If you take a look at the very end of the blog, you will see a detailed timeline that was included with the submission. We kept it in, because it gives another perspective into what wedding planners do. Radhika KhanRead More
We asked our Alumni to help us give some of their favourite tips to couples on our social media. Today’s #TuesdayTip is from Radhika of Rad Occasions “When seating parents and/or grandparents seat them on the opposite side of their child or grandchild that is getting married. That way the family members will be able toRead More
I am in no way trying to scare you off the wonderful world of wedding and event planning, but being a planner is not all tulle, lace, and buttercream.
We asked our Alumni to help us give some of their favourite tips to couples on our social media. Today’s #TuesdayTip is from Alisha of Events by Whim “Not sure you need an engagement session? Consider having one just as an opportunity to get to know your wedding photographer and get comfortable with them beforeRead More
“My First Destination Wedding” by WPIC alumni, Stefaney Campbell of Ase Events Last year I was approached by a couple to assist with planning their destination wedding in Jamaica, I was honoured and over the moon for such an opportunity. However, right when I got home, feelings of fear and doubt took over. I immediatelyRead More
We took over the Albany Club rooftop, and counted down the moments with baited breath as the weather channel called for not just rain, but thunderstorms all day. While there were a few raindrops and wet patches the morning of while we were setting up, it suddenly cleared for the entirety of the shoot. We were overjoyed!
More and more couples are choosing non-traditional venues for their weddings, which means wedding planners need to help them convert these spaces in to functional wedding spaces. Often this means bringing in tables, chairs, caterers, tents, heaters, fans, restrooms, and of course, a dance floor.