By: Caryn Lim, WPICC, DWC of A Timeless Celebration Due to Covid-19, your original wedding plans for this year might have been ruined. However, you are determined to tie the knot and nothing can stop you. Just because you are forced to have an intimate wedding, it doesn’t mean you cannot have a top-notch celebration.Read More
Whilst most wedding planners are trying to curate a more intimate wedding experience for our couples; it is imperative that we prepare ourselves for the ‘new normal’ in order to keep our guests and clients safe and adhere to the regulations. We have the responsibility to take a collective approach to mitigate against the spread of COVID-19.
While it seems that everything to do with weddings is on hold, you can take advantage of a silver lining in this downtime, this is the perfect time to get everything done that you have always said you were going to do.
Here is a list of things that you can do for your wedding business during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Sue Morris, CMP, WPICC is an event manager and owner of Essemm Events & Communication Inc. She also is a part-time instructor at Centennial College in the School of Hospitality, Tourism and Culinary Arts. She was certified with WPIC in 2009 and began instructing with them in 2011. She is a certified meeting professional (CMP) and has also completed a Masters of Arts in Creative Events Management from Falmouth University. She is also a self-professed wedding and event trade show fanatic.
By: Tanveer Grewal, WPICC of Ambient Events Let’s Talk – Wedding Planners I could go on and on for hours about this one! As a wedding planner, I know myself and my fellow colleagues in the industry continue to work tirelessly through this pandemic and prioritizing our couples. We want to eliminate as much ofRead More
Thank you to Temi Apara, WPICC of Teantona Event Connoisseurs for this wonderful submission. Most Nigerian weddings take place over 2 days (typically on Friday and Saturday). The format of a Nigerian traditional wedding ceremony varies from one of Nigeria’s 371 tribes to another however most usually includes large number of guests and it’s colourfulRead More
Each week we will be sharing a look into our amazing WPIC instructors’ lives, so you can get to know them better. This week we are introducing WPIC Instructor, Janis Martinello of Brocade Events. Janis is the owner and Principal Event Planner for the wedding and special event planning company Brocade Events which has beenRead More
Each week we will be sharing a look into our amazing WPIC instructors’ lives, so you can get to know them better. This week we are introducing WPIC Instructor, Paras Mehta of Paras Events. Paras Mehta is the creative force behind Paras Events, creating highly stylized and luxurious social and corporate events locally and internationallyRead More
“With all of the injustice going on in the world right now, we at WPIC Inc. wanted to show our support and take a stand. It is not okay, and will never be okay to judge someone because of the colour of one’s skin. We as a company pledge to learn more, do more andRead More
We absolutely love sharing real weddings planned and coordinated by our WPIC alumni. Thank you Adeola Damie of Celebration Events Mgmt for this stunningly gorgeous and luxurious two-day wedding submission. I counted not one, not two or three, but FIVE dress changes for the beautiful bride! DAY 1 – African (Nigerian) Traditional Wedding Ceremony TheRead More