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VOWS Awards

What are the VOWS Awards?

For our couples who have already tied the knot, imagine winning a second honeymoon?  If that intrigues you please read on to find out more.

VOWS stands for Voted Outstanding Wedding Supplier and is an awards body set up in 2005 to recognise all types of companies within Scotland that offer excellent customer service within the wedding industry.

The awards were the brain child of the Scottish Wedding Directory, who devised them to give bridal parties an opportunity to make a positive statement for the wedding industry and to celebrate the hard work that many wedding suppliers put into making couples weddings come to life. 

Giving brides, grooms and members of the bridal party the chance to vote for companies and individuals that provided a service for their wedding, allows suppliers to demonstrate the great service they provide.

Voting takes less than 10 minutes and you can do it online by going straight to the website  Nominations for the VOWS

The rules request that you nominate four companies in order to be entered in to the prize draw for a chance to win a holiday and just so you’re organised, you’ll need the names addresses, telephone numbers of suppliers you want to vote for. 

If you feel we here at The Signet Library did a great job, you may vote for us under Wedding Venue, and if you’d like to let future couples know how helpful Kirsty Haxton and Rebekah Waugh were, then vote for them as Wedding Co-ordinators (venue).

Thank you for taking the time to share feedback about our service – and best of luck winning that second honeymoon!

 

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