The Scottish Wedding Awards celebrates the best of the Scottish Wedding Industry.
Creative Oceanic are delighted to announce the finalists for the wedding specialist categories in the Scottish Wedding Awards 2014. Recognising and rewarding excellence in all aspects of business practice, the awards in their second year, will reward the talent and expertise of those in the industry that make the big day the best it can be.
Add a Little Sparkle, Bathgate has been shortlisted in the Event Decorator category for the South –East Region. Add a Little Sparkle will find out if they will be crowned winners of their region at the glamorous ceremony being held in Glasgow. They are also in the running to take away the prize for overall winner of the Event Decorator category should the win the regional title.
“We are just delighted at being a finalist for the Scottish Wedding Awards 2014, especially as it’s down to our previous couples that have taken the time to vote for us. It makes us very proud to know that the dedicated and attention to detail that we put into each wedding we do has been appreciated by our clients. We already feel like winners at being shortlisted when there are so many event décor companies out there and keeping our fingers crossed for award ceremony!”
With a public voting system, the Scottish Wedding Awards is very much a celebration of local talent. Winners are a true reflection of quality and customer service as chosen by members of the general public. To enter the competition, dress makers, florists, photographers, caterers, and others throughout Scotland have been nominated by devoted clients that have experienced exceptional service. Nominations have come in from far and wide for an event which is destined to be a sparkling evening in the Scottish event calendar.
The awards which will be taking place on 25 February 2014 at the Crowne Plaza, Glasgow promises to be a glittering affair with a guests attending to support the industry which makes our wedding days the best they can be.
Hosting this glamorous affair will be Scottish radio personality Gina Mckie.
The official charity partner for this year’s event is the Make-A-Wish Foundation UK , with donations raised on the night going straight to the charity. Make-A-Wish Foundation UK grants magical wishes to children and young people fighting life-threatening conditions. Since being established in the UK in 1986, they have granted over 7,800 wishes.
Submitted by Emma Hughes