When clients are exploring the idea of a micro-wedding, it is our duty as professionals to educate them on how essential a wedding planner’s role can be and help bust the myths behind common misconceptions.
Finding balance. Unfortunately no one thinks about this until it is, or is almost, too late.
Thank you for this lovely submission, Robyn Fisher of SOS Special Occasion Services in British Colombia. What was your inspiration behind this wedding/styled shoot? This wedding/photoshoot happened at our local ski hill, Troll Resort. Troll Resort is the winter playground for our small community. The inspiration to do a photoshoot of the lodge “in her formalRead More
We wanted to create a modern feel for this shoot and not showcase a traditional Haitian wedding but a more modern and “with the times” type look.
Branding Photos are photographs that represent a business visually. A Branding Photoshoot is a way to capture a bunch of photos that visually tell your business story. Just like a wedding or styled shoot requires planning, a great and successful Branding Shoot involves a lot of preparation and planning.
You have probably heard it time and time again: Get to know your Brand; Establish Your Brand; Make Sure You Have a Strong Brand! Because most wedding professionals are sole proprietors and entrepreneurs they are the company, and therefore they are their brand.
With the popularity of social media, and the intimate nature of weddings, it is important that Wedding Professionals have Branded Photos to market themselves effectively. Your potential couples want to see you, what you do and how you do it, and feel a connection even before they reach out to you.
A day devoted to romance and love needs to be celebrated, especially by Wedding Planners! (click to see the post)
By Tracey Manailescu, WPIC Co-founder and owner of Tracey M Events This Valentine’s Day is a little different than years past. However, we can still celebrate with those who are nearest and dearest to us. We decided to put together a Galantine’s celebration at the WPIC office. This included my daughter, niece and sister. IRead More
We’re locked in, but that doesn’t mean our design inspo has to be on lockdown. (Click for more)