Join your fellow WPIC Alumni for an exclusive and memorable evening of magic and mayhem! The deadline to buy your WPIC Kickoff ticket is Monday, January 14th, 2019 at midnight. Don’t miss out!
Being in the wedding planning industry, we are constantly conceptualizing, designing, and organizing, and it’s easy to lose track of why we decided to become wedding planners in the first place. I’m pretty certain that if we were to ask a group of planners to name one of the the reasons behind their decision to become a wedding planner, we’d hear the word creativity pop up repetitively. Yes, a big part of our job is expressing our ideas via decor, flowers, color combinations, structure designs, and tables-capes (to mention only a few!)
The WPIC Wedding Awards is a program to celebrate the achievements and allow the over 8000 Alumni of The Wedding Planners Institute of Canada Inc. and The Wedding Planners Institute of Coordination Inc. to showcase their work and compete for top honours among their peers.
The longer I work in the wedding industry, the more I learn about how critical relationship management is in order to be successful in business. I work with a whole host of companies throughout the year, and for the most part, all of our weddings go beautifully. That being said, every season there is always a dispute, and this can happen for a number of reasons.
We have an absolute stunner of a real wedding on the blog today. It has been submitted to us from our friends at Adorn Invitations and I must say, it was so difficult choosing the photos to put in the blog, as they were all absolutely amazing! The couple wed at the House of Laurels, theRead More
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