Double win for ‘grateful’ firm at wedding industry awards

PUBLISHED: 10:10 12 January 2017 | UPDATED: 10:10 12 January 2017

Elizabeth Hall Event Design's team receiving their Caterer of the Year award

Elizabeth Hall Event Design's team receiving their Caterer of the Year award

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A St Ives-based bespoke events company is celebrating after winning two awards in recognition of its hard work and passion in the wedding industry.

Elizabeth Hall Event Design, of Crown Street, were crowned winners of Wedding Caterer of the Year award and the Venue Stylist category, both for the East of England, at the Wedding Industry Awards.

Founder, Elizabeth Hall, said: “Following on from last year’s award we really wanted to push ourselves and the company to gain more of a presence in the wedding industry. I love what I do and I’m grateful to have such a fantastic team and husband by my side.”

The firm, which offers a range of services from logistics to décor design and catering, were also shortlisted for best newcomer at the awards.

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