By: Romina Kwong, WPICC Founder and Lead Sustainability Consultant, Eco-Friendly Events Forest Fires. Flash Flooding. Climate Change. What the heck does that have to do with wedding planning? Well, according to the Green Bride Guide, an average wedding produces anywhere between 400-600 lbs of waste and 63 tons of carbon dioxide. This is the equivalentRead More
We are thrilled to present our next webinar topic: “Eco-Friendly Wedding Planning for Wedding Pros”.
This informative learning webinar will be led by Eco-Friendly wedding experts, Holly Barraclough, WPICC, of Perrier Planning and Natasha Thom, WPICC, of Clearwater Events.
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This beautiful Okanagan elopement was designed not only to feel intimate and romantic, but it was also meant to demonstrate kindness to the natural resources that surround and inspire us every day. This wonderful team of vendors brought to life an organic and eco-conscious approach to their work, showcasing that with any budget you can be just as thoughtful towards the earth as to the design itself.
April 22nd is globally known as Earth day! During April, environmental activists join together to highlight the beauty of our natural land. From small businesses to large corporations, everyone has a part to play in combating climate change. As an event planning company, no matter what your niche is, YOU have the power to help spread awareness this Earth Day.
Creating a zero carbon footprint wedding for eco-friendly couples might sound like an impossible task, but it is an increasingly popular choice for those who are passionate about the environment. Weddings can have a fairly large environmental impact – so going green is pretty great! And yet it may be challenging to know how and where to start.
As a wedding planner, it is your job to make dreams come true. Read on to find some ways to create a zero-carbon footprint wedding to remember!
Attention flower lovers, this shoot is for you! We just want to stay here all day…Thank you for sharing this with us! We really appreciate seeing Styled shoot submitted by Vanessa Serodio, WPICC of Dio Weddings. “Last week I got together with some local vendors in London Ontario and we were able to pull offRead More
As a wedding professional myself, I know that trends enter and leave this industry as the seasons change, but I think one trend is here to stay – saving the planet.
Thank you to Sanaz Safari of Grey Harlowe Collective for this stunning wedding editorial submission. “The inspiration behind this concept was modern minimalism and effortless romance. Muted tones with textured, layered fabrics portrayed the ethereal and whimsical aesthetic that I envisioned. By intentionally promoting a lack of contrast for the tablescape and decor, we wereRead More
Currently seeking: Real Weddings Styled Shoots Day in the life of a Wedding Pro Tips for Wedding Pros Articles geared towards Wedding Professionals Why SUBMIT to the WPIC Blog? With 10,465 web pages linking to WPIC and over 3,000 unique visitors every. single. day… Why not? Not only will you feature yourself to our audience, youRead More
WPIC inc. will be hosting the DWC course on Sunday, August 23, 2015 at the Radisson Admiral. Date: Sunday, August 23, 2015 Breakfast: 9:30am Course Time: 10-6pm (Lunch at 1pm) Poolside Cocktail Party: 6pm Location: Radisson Admiral ~249 Queen’s Quay West A special room rate of $170 is available for those who wish to stayRead More