Atticus & Hope Finalist in National Wedding Awards
Atticus and Hope has been selected as a Finalist for the Guides for Brides Customer Service Awards. Guides for Brides is a popular wedding planning platform that offers couples online advice and recommendations for the best wedding suppliers and venues across the UK and overseas.
Their annual customer service awards are based on consumer reviews and focus on recognising wedding businesses that deliver exceptional customer service. Alison Hargreaves, founder of Guides for Brides said, “Offering clients a great experience should always be a priority, and for those that delivered outstanding customer care during 2022, when unprecedented demand from anxious couples coincided with a shortage of skilled hospitality staff, these national awards are truly deserved. We will enjoy celebrating the success of the people behind every 5* review when we recognise their achievements at the Awards Night in March.”
A prestigious panel of industry experts will compare Atticus and Hope with other venues/suppliers before winners are announced at the black tie event on 29 March 2023 at Oxford Town Hall.
Gemma Birch, Owner of Atticus and Hope said “I was thrilled to be nominated for this award and now to be a finalist is incredible. There are some significant national companies that have made it to these prestigious finals and so to stand next to them in the Customer Service category within such a luxury industry is truly an honour. I started my business during lockdown, mainly focused on children’s party décor and have been very lucky to have the support of the local community in Henley and the surrounding areas. But I have worked hard to perfect my offer, deliver a bespoke service to my customers, and continually evolve my portfolio to include Grazing- style catering, private and corporate event styling and over the past year, Wedding styling. I am very proud of what has been achieved in a relatively small but challenging period, and cannot wait to work with more Bride and Grooms this year and those booking now for 2024 and 2025.”
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