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.
By: Tracey Manailescu Wedding Business Reminders Answer Your Phone/Emails: If you can’t answer your phone, then make sure to respond to voicemails within a timely fashion. Gone are the days of 24-48 hours response time. If you don’t get back to potential clients quickly, then there are plenty of other wedding professionals that will. FindRead More
Picturing a quirky science themed wedding, they took to Scienceworks in Melbourne, Australia to celebrate becoming husband and wife. One year on Valentine’s Day, they both agreed to not get each other gifts as they had just brought home a sweet sausage dog puppy! Jessica woke from a nap to follow a trail of roses, leading her to Longfellow’s playpen where the ring was tied to his collar. She later found out that John didn’t want to wake her so instead of leaving through the noisy front door, he left from the back and climbed back over the fence just to buy the roses!
Thank you to Jillian Nowell, WPICC of Wedding Rescue for this FAB article and deal for WPIC Alumni. As an established Planner in the wedding industry, it is up to you to ensure that your Clients big day goes off without a hitch! Creating that perfect wedding is not an easy task, especially when somethingRead More
Abirami shared the details of her beautiful South Asian weddings to Dilshan, in both Australia and Sri Lanka. About the Couple How we met We both met in our graduate year at Deloitte, our first meeting could not have been more unromantic. Despite us having very contrasting personalities, we became good friends over the year.Read More