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)
Thanks so much to Tricia Bachewich Events for this styled shoot submission. We were beyond excited to see so many behind-the-scenes working photos as well as all of the editorial images. These show some of the hard work that goes into creating magic in a styled shoot. It’s definitely not an easy task.
It’s never been more important than it is today to feel connected to this industry we love and the people who make it special. While building relationships with industry pros may seem like a nearly impossible task without many networking events to attend during these socially distant times, there are so many steps that we as wedding planners can take to make and nurture those oh-so-important connections that will drive our businesses and industry forward. Here are some of the most important lessons I’ve learned that have helped me to build meaningful and long-lasting relationships with my fellow wedding pros.
Whether you always planned to get married in 2021 or you were forced to postpone to this year – you’re going to face unique challenges that there really aren’t etiquette guidelines in place for. We’ve compiled a list of our top favourite tips for making your invitation planning journey a little easier during this difficult time.
Social media was important before the pandemic, but now it’s essential to growing your business in a digital world. Clients are browsing your Instagram feed before they even view your website. The question now becomes, “How do I keep up my social media content without current event material?”
As Wedding Planners we love to talk about our Emergency Kits, our organizational skills, our perfect timelines, and the most comfortable shoes for spending 14 hours on your feet. What planners don’t talk about is just as important as all of the other tools mentioned: Physicality,
Have you got your free ticket to the Wedding Business CEO Summit yet? Heidi Thompson, of Evolve Your Wedding Business is the mastermind behind this Summit for wedding pros. The summit kicks off on January 25th-29th, 2021. As more details come out, this event just keeps getting better and better – you won’t want toRead More
by Tracey Manailescu, Co-founder of The Wedding Planners Institute of Canada Inc. How do you get your type of client? Everyone has an ideal image of the type of couple that they want to work with, and you also know who you don’t. People tend to look for companies that have similar values, ideas andRead More