Lovely people – we need your help!

You may remember back in October last year, Wedding Magazine held their first ever wedding blog awards at The Ritz in London and Festival Brides was very lucky to be nominated for 3 awards. We were up for Best Alternative Wedding Blog, Best Big Day Inspiration and Best Bridal Style and, although we didn’t win, we did come Highly Commended for Best Alternative Wedding Blog which we were absolutely made up with. 50% of the votes for this award were down to our fantabulous (yes I did just make that word up) readers so if you voted for us, thank you so much – you all rock! 

For The Wedding Blog Awards 2014, Wedding Magazine is teaming up with The Savoy in London (twit ta woo!) and have just this week opened up the nominations. We would love love LOVE it if you could find the time to nominate Festival Brides for 1 (or two!) of the categories. It would mean so much to us to be nominated again and, you never know, maybe this year we’ll win gold!

There are many different categories to choose from so feel free to select the ones that you think we do the best. Personally we would love to make the shortlist for Best Alternative Weddings and Best Wedding Inspiration. Would it be too much to ask to be nominated for Best Fashion as well or are we pushing it!?

If you would like to nominate us then please click the image below and it will take you straight to the nominations page: 


You can nominate more than once (voting for the short-list will be on a one-vote-per-day basis) and every reader who nominates their favourite wedding blog will automatically be entered into a prize draw to win a Diamonfire jewellery set worth £80 and it’s very glam ladies!

Nominations close on Thursday 26th June and a shortlist of blogs for each category will be announced shortly afterwards.

If we make the shortlist we may be knocking on your door again to vote!!

Thank you so much.

Please cross your fingers and toes for us!

Big Love

Laura, Kelly and Clare xxx


Wedding beauty on its way!

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