The WPIC Wedding Awards is a program to celebrate the achievements and allow the over 8500 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.
WPIC Code of Ethics: We do not accept kickbacks (money for referrals) from vendors. Vendors must know that the clients are the recipients of any discounts given. We treat each client fairly, and we will be honest and upfront in the representation of our clients. We uphold our ethics. We will not take or attemptRead More
We are very excited to see you at the WPIC Kickoff and Wedding Awards on Saturday, February 29th, 2020 at The Waterside Inn. If you have not purchased your ticket yet, please note that tickets are only available until this Sunday, February 23, 2020 at midnight. Tickets Thank you to our amazing sponsors:
Wedding and Event Designer Certification Course The course is made up of Lecture Theory, Industry Speakers, Hands-on Practicum, Home-study and an At-Home Project. A Course Manual will be provided, but it is designed to be enhanced by the Student’s own note-taking. Therefore, the manual helpfulness is determined by the student them self. 2 Days ofRead More
This beautiful editorial was planned and designed by WPIC instructor, Janis of Brocade Events. Like wisps wafting through the air, this smoke themed editorial takes on a dreamy and ethereal vibe. Not to be outdone by the fab florals and decor is this incredible stationery by Paper Wenches. From the moody plume filled backdrop toRead More
We really, I mean really, love when we get submissions from our WPIC Alumni. This beautiful, and slightly edgy editorial was sent to us from Nicole of Chic By Nicole in Laval, Quebec. “The key to a unique wedding is the mixing of themes, textures and styles. In this shoot, the creative team wanted toRead More
Your vibe attracts your tribe, right? Not always. Sometimes we miss the warning signs and sometimes we overlook them because we are just so excited about working with a certain couple, venue, budget or wedding team. Sometimes there are no red flags at all until a third party enters the planning process. It could be a family member, or friend who changes the dynamics.
Children can get bored easily (which could turn in to noisy and disruptive) at weddings, so if your couples are planning to have children at their wedding, you will need to help your clients find ways to keep their pint-sized guests happy and entertained.
We are thrilled to share this beautiful and unique Styled Shoot celebrating the amazing bond that sisters share! The Co-Founders of WPIC Inc., Danielle & Tracey, are a sister team, so this subject is one close to our hearts. From the Planners and Sister-duo, Candy Cheung, WPICC, and Sally Cheung, WPICC, of Behind the IRead More