Both Danielle Andrews Sunkel and Tracey Manailescu were among North America’s top professionals asked to lead a “Fireside Seminar” on Wedding Horror stories and how to fix the situation. Delegates sipped on wine and ate crab cakes while they listened and shared stories of their own.
Tracey Manailescu appeared on this show to lend her Multi-Cultural Wedding Planning expertise on this episode featuring Cultural Weddings. She gave advice about Multi-Cultural Wedding Planning in general, as well as specific information to a couple who appeared on the show and were planning a Greek/Japanese/Chilean wedding.
This unique and fabulous Wedding Show is produced by two of WPIC’s graduates. Tracey Manailescu was the expert speaker for the info-session on Multi-Cultural Wedding Planning.
Danielle Andrews Sunkel appeared on a panel of Wedding Experts, including Bettie Bradley, editor-in-chief of Today’s Bride, to answer Wedding-Related questions from callers to the show.
Danielle Andrews Sunkel was interviewed for an article for this issue with tips for working with a Wedding Coordinator. The article is a side-bar to an article about Danielle’s client, Liza Fromer, who also appeared on the cover.
Danielle Andrews Sunkel served as the expert consultant on this episode. She consulted with the producers on various elements of the competition and show.
Fast Forward is a Conference for Professionals within the Event Industry which took place at Niagara College on April 9, 2005. Danielle Andrews Sunkel was a speaker and session-leader at this Conference.
Audra Brown, interviewed Tracey Manailescu for CityPulse news, regarding WPIC’s involvement with the charity, The Bride’s Project. New and used Wedding Dresses can be bought for a fraction of the original cost and all money goes to Camps for Children with Cancer. At the recent Open House, six “Wedding Day Only” prizes were given outRead More
Danielle Andrews Sunkel was asked to be a speaker and presenter at this seminar for engaged couples.
Tracey Manailescu was interviewed by Karen Karbashewski for an Article about WPIC, which ran on October 6, 2004.