Utilizing the Travel Specialist’s first-hand knowledge of the properties they recommend, as well as their relationships with the Wedding Team and Management staff on site, can help guide your decisions and provide your couple with the best options possible for their destination wedding. Utilizing each other’s areas of expertise can make for a dynamic and successful team.
Embodying culture and tradition into a couple’s wedding can be tricky for wedding planners. We are constantly walking a fine line of finding new and innovative ways to express the significance of a couple’s culture, while not offending anyone, be it the bride and groom, their parents, or any of their guests.
How to Keep Your Clients Happy Throughout the Wedding Planning Process By: Poonam Saini of P.S Eventful The majority of couples choose to book a wedding planner because they find the process to be time-consuming or simply don’t even know where to begin! They seek the help of a professional to eliminate as much stressRead More
Thank you to WPIC alumni, Jyoti Saini and Sandeep Gill of SJ Soirée for sending us this wonderful description of G and K’s wedding! You’re never too old to dream about fairy tales, especially when it comes to your wedding day. The nostalgic memories, feelings of excitement and the occasional tears are all associated withRead More
Before designing a wedding, you should understand the meaning and psychology of color and its affects on events and guests.
Though a thriving industry makes for good business, it also draws many newcomers to the profession. With so many planners to choose from, couples are more likely to hire someone who offers them something unique.
To thrive in today’s market as a wedding planner, you need to stand out in the crowd. Here are 10 ways you can impress clients to get more business.
Meagan Murtonen, WPICC Lead Planner, Designer, Florist & Lifestyle Blogger, Botanica and Bloom “Serendipitously, the wedding industry has always managed to sneak into my life, regardless of my line of work. Since I became certified by the Wedding Planners Institute of Canada in 2012, I’ve been passionately planning and designing weddings. In 2015, I tookRead More
At the end of each wedding season, we get a chance to breathe and take a break. We are all guilty of going on coasting mode as we just try to survive the busy summer of weddings. But once the end of fall hits and work slows down, it is the perfect time to refocus on our goals and improve on what we’re doing for the upcoming year. Here are a few of my tips for stepping up your business game for 2019.
4 Traffic Flow Tips to Keep Your Wedding Dance Floor Packed by Rescue Flats The first thing you need to know about wedding traffic flow is that there are a few items that always draw a crowd. FOOD, THE BAR, BATHROOMS, AND A PHOTO BOOTH OR OTHER HANDS-ON ENTERTAINMENT WILL HAVE PEOPLE FLOCKING TOWARDS THEM, NO MATTERRead More