I often have a few brides tell me that they feel intimidated picking up bridal magazines because they can only afford half of what they see, or it is too much for their liking. So I thought, why not create something that would be half; half the cost and half the floral but still 100% creativity, realistic and a table-scape that does not hide the guest in front of you.
From breathtaking Alin Le’ Kal couture SS19 designs debuted at Paris Fashion Week, designer shoes by one of the world’s leading luxury shoe designers Sophia Webster, to renowned bejewelled crowns by Victoria Novak.
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
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
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
Some wedding professionals seem to be confused as to the rules of posting photos, especially on Social Media. Many newer companies like to post inspiration photos not realizing that they are misrepresenting themselves and other professionals’ hard work. Here are a few tips to make sure that you are properly crediting the wedding professionals and creatives that worked on an event with you.
There is something so romantic about natural light mixed with candles and dark wood to create warm and moody photos. It also doesn’t hurt to have a beautiful couple to showcase it.
I was looking for an original concept and little observed in recent years. Following French blogs I saw weddings in greenhouses or botanical gardens. I loved it and then realized it was a great idea! With a decor like this, couples can enjoy a beautiful decor year-round. Even winter honeymooners can enjoy a warm and colorful place to take photos. Some wedding venue even have a greenhouse in their establishment. We love the decor with beautiful vegetation, flowers, and a beautiful table.
We all swoon over wedding magazines showcasing all of the intricate details of a couples wedding day. When the magazine is closed one might say “I am totally doing that for my wedding”, but then the day comes and those small details are forgotten.