We chose a real couple as opposed to models to bring authenticity to the shoot. The couple is so in love with each other and their natural chemistry shined through all the shots.
Wedding and Event Planners are used to taking care of everyone else’s needs. It is who we are, so self-care can feel selfish and indulgent. It is far from that. Self-care and maintaining a healthy relationship with yourself and your body, makes you a better and more productive planner. It is necessary for your own sense of self-worth, it produces happy and positive feelings that transmit to others, boosts your self-confidence and self-esteem by showing others that your needs are important too.
We believe that this shoot is on point and on-trend for those “micro-weddings” and intimate elopements that have dynamically changed our wedding and event industry.
Whether you’re downsizing for budget reasons, limited extended family or because COVID-19 messed up your plans, hosting an intimate wedding doesn’t mean you need to skimp out on the details!
Yes, that is what this article is about, BUT it has some solutions, or at least advice to help you vet the next clients that come to you before signing any contracts. So, take another look at your business model and what you are showing to the world. Small changes on your part might make a HUGE difference.
After a whirlwind of working with your couples and other wedding pros for postponements, more postponements and micro weddings due to COVID-19, the holidays are now approaching. Your inbox might finally be a little quieter.
Join us on Wednesday, December 2nd at 7 pm EST/ 4pm(PST)/ 8pm(AST) for the WPIC Holiday Mingle. Join WPIC Co-founders Tracey & Danielle, along with our resident mixologist Jennifer Wanke, WPICC of Kingmaker Events for a night of drinks, mingling and fun! We will be holding this event in the WPIC Alumni Facebook Group Rooms.Read More
Marketing your business is definitely a topic we hear about a lot nowadays. With COVID having all but brought the industry to a standstill, attracting your ideal client and converting leads has never been more important to wedding professionals. Advertising is a key marketing activity and I wanted to list some important tools you should utilizing advertising to promote your brand.
Primrose’s Lead Designer, Kelly Webber, wanted this autumn-inspired backyard elopement shoot to feel welcoming, warm, and comfortable.