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SEVEN SUSSEX BUSINESSES SHORTLISTED AT THE 2017 UK WEDDING AWARDS

The shortlist for the UK Wedding Awards 2017, recognising the very best of the UK’s bridal industry, has been announced and is now open to the public vote.

The UK Wedding Awards – hosted by Immediate Media’s Wedding Network brands: hitchedPerfect Wedding and You & Your Wedding – has revealed its 2017 shortlist and seven Sussex businesses have been shortlisted in the Barn Wedding Venue, Sporting Wedding Venue, Coastal Wedding Venue, Jewellery, Bridal Boutique, Wedding Stationary and the Bridal Designer categories. 

The seven shortlisted include:

Southend Barns Barn Wedding Venue
Alexis Dove Jewellery
Plumpton Racecourse Sporting Wedding Venue
Fross Wedding Collections Bridal Boutique
Wedding in a Teacup Wedding Stationery
Hilton Brighton Metropole Coastal Wedding Venue
Ruth Milliam Bridal Couture Bridal Designer

Bradbourne.House

The nominees across the 22 categories, focused around five key areas – Fashion, Venues, Suppliers, Travel and Gift Lists – were chosen by a panel of industry experts from hundreds of entries.

Zoe Jobson, Immediate Weddings Publisher, said: “We are delighted with the level of entries that we have received for the UK Wedding Awards 2017. The range, quality and diversity of the entries is a real reflection on the talent and service levels we have in the UK wedding market.”

It is now up to the public to decide who wins by voting for their favourite bridal retailer, supplier, brand or venue at http://www.hitched.co.uk/awards

Voting is open now and closes on Thursday, 9th February; every person that votes will be entered in to a prize draw for the chance to a romantic two-night stay in the Ardanaiseig Hotel, Scotland including dinner for each night.

All shortlisted entries will also be considered for the Editor’s Choice Awards; three unique awards selected by the Editors hitched, Perfect Wedding and You & Your Wedding. The winners will be announced in spring 2017.

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