Danielle Andrews Sunkel and myself were invited to the annual “Today’s Bride” Holiday Party last week. We have been proudly featured in Today’s Bride year after year, with articles and photos of our clients. We also advertise in the magazine because of it’s expertise and stellar reputation.
Last Thursday, the staff of “The Wedding Planners Institute of Canada” (WPIC), were whisked away by limousine to a private viewing of Studio Sposa. Denise Georgiou, Danielle Andrews Sunkel, Kim Choy, Angelina Raykova & myself, Tracey Manailescu, were able to view first-hand why this special little luxury boutique in Kleinburg, has such a big reputation.
I have been watching and waiting, waiting and watching for something new to pop up that I adore in the world of weddings! Super Sized Desserts have hit the Wedding Market and will be here for a while…
There is a sweet tradition in Russia. On their Wedding Day, the bride and groom attach a padlock, engraved with their names and wedding date, to a bridge or “the Padlock Tree” and then throw the keys into the nearest river or lake.
On Tuesday, November 30th, Danielle and I attended the Hip Urban Girl’s Cookies & Champagne Party with over 160 girls from T.O.
Jolyn took the WPIC course in 2004; it was one of the first WPIC courses offered in western Canada. She had educated herself with American wedding consulting courses but the stats and data never fit her local demographics, so she wanted some Canadian content.
In October I attended BizBash Expo & Awards in New York City on behalf of WPIC Inc.
Mrs. Yei-yih says that the only things that have changed since being married are that she has a hard time remembering where she puts her wedding rings when she takes them off at night, and that she is a bad housekeeper.