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Introducing the TWIA 2019 Award Winners

Last night, the cream of the wedding crop and the biggest names in all things wedding came together for one ultimate night of celebration. As sponsors of four awards at TWIA we were lucky enough to get our feet on the red carpet at the glitzy awards bash at Cafe de Paris in London. Find out who took home a crown, and how you can get involved next year!

First of all, allow us to introduce the winners of our sponsored categories…

Stationery Designer of the Year: The Golden Letter

Photographer of the Year: The Crawleys

Photography Newcomer of the Year: Winnington Coe

Event Team of the Year: Dodmoor House

Celebrating with the Event Team of the Year – Dodmoor House

And here are the rest of the fabulous TWIA winners – a massive congratulations to everyone involved!

Band of the Year: Sensation Band

Brital Retailer of the Year: Courtyard Bridal

Cake Designer of the Year: Where the Ribbon Ends

Caterer of the Year: Beales Gourmet

Celebrant of the Year: Michelle Taylor

DJ of the Year: Alan Marshall Celebrations

Dressmaker or Designer of the Year: Kate Fearnley

Florist of the Year: Emma Soulsby

Hair Stylist of the Year: Tracy Pallari Hair & Makeup Artist

Make Up Artist of the Year: Birute Thomas Makeup Artist

Marquee Provider of the Year: Good Intents

Musical Act (solo, due or string quartet) of the Year: Steven Heath Music

Newcomer of the Year: Jessica Tottman Films

Planner of the Year: For the Love of Weddings

Special Touch: Birdie Camper Van

Transport Supplier of the Year: Silverline Limousines 

Venue of the Year (countryside): The Old Kent Barn

Videographer of the Year: Lawson Films

Venue of the Year (town or city): Ashfield House

Venue Stylist of the Year: House of Hud


Fancy a slice of the action? Entries for TWIA 2020 will open in the Summer of 2019. Head to for full details.

Want to know more about TWIA? Read our interview with Founder and Chairman of the official judging panel, Damian Bailey.

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Our in-house designer Becca has a love of all things creative. When she’s not designing, you can find her in Newcastle checking out independent coffee shops or getting her hands dirty with her house renovation.

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