The Wedding Industry Awards 2016
November 26th, 2015 09:35 PM

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So, this year a lot of you will know we were nominated to be entered in to the National Wedding Awards 2016 where some of the country's top wedding suppliers were to be judged and marked on quality of service to there lovely clients.  And we were very fortunate to have been selected to have the opportunity to invite our wonderful clients to let us know in a little more detail what they thought of our service supplied to them.

We have to say as a small business, we were again truly touched this year with a huge amount of the comments and even if you didn't have the chance to write an extensive comment.  We know that our service was massively valued with the fact a vote was cast.  For that, we thank YOU.

We are proud to announce we made regional finalists this year and from a professional opinion, the competition was friendly, but fiercer than ever.  This year, the standard of entrants was by far the highest it has ever been.  And thats the case year on year thanks to the team at THE NATIONAL WEDDING AWARDS TWIA pushing our industry to a better and higher standard.  We have to say that although we didn't win, we were nipped at the post by someone we know to be a true professional and we would personally like to congratulate Anthony Winyard Entertainment for winning in our category.  We also met some amazing new people and would like to also congratulate 'The Wedding Festival Company' for winning as newcomers, 'Dapper Menswear' for their win in the Menswear supplier of the year and Fetcham Park for winning the venue of the year.

Every category was packed with the very best of suppliers and to be part of that and feel included was an absolute privilege.  To those who shared a drink with me and my amazing team at the show, heres to another amazing year within our industry.  And I look forward to seeing you all again next year.

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