Why should you enter the awards?
- Increased industry profile
- Great marketing potential
- Regional and national awards
- Voted by your clients
It's good for your business, and it's good for you.
Enter The Awards...
...if you are a wedding supplier
based in England.
- Entrants are wedding
suppliers across 26
categories in 7 regions
of the country
- Voters are
last year's clients
- You can enter whether you work on 5 or 555 weddings a year. Our scoring system creates a level playing field for wedding suppliers of all shapes and sizes
How does nominating work?
Anyone can nominate any wedding supplier. We then invite
them to enter our awards.
But don't fear, you don't need to be nominated to enter yourself, and they don't count
towards the awards like votes do. Think of nominations as a way of spreading the love
and telling us about great wedding supliers you know.
How do you enter the awards?
- Go to our website
- Pay the £65 + VAT
- Create your profiles
on our website. Add
images and videos.
can see you
- Encourage last year's clients to vote for you
Find more details here.
How does voting work?
Only your last year's wedding clients can vote for you on our website.
How are the awards scored & judged?
When voting, your clients score you on various aspects of your product or service.
We then use a combination of your average voter score and our judging process to
identify regional shortlists and regional and national winners.
TWIA is all about quality. Our system allows suppliers of
all shapes and sizes to compete on a level playing field.
How are the winners chosen?
A regional shortlist for each category is drawn up using
voter scores and judging panel input.
Our amazing judging panel then decide on the regional winners who are announced at a series of fantastic regional events during November.
From the regional winners, the judges then choose the national award winners, who are announced at the national awards event in January.
ENTRIES FOR TWIA 2017 ARE NOW CLOSED. Entries for TWIA 2018 will open in the summer of 2017.