Wedding specialists from N. Dundas and N. Stormont among finalists for 2nd annual Ontario Wedding Awards 2020 

Dyad Imagery and Planted Arrow Flowers and Gifts among finalists in Ontario Wedding Awards 2020. Photos courtesy of Facebook

NORTH DUNDAS & NORTH STORMONT — After the enormous success of The Ontario Wedding Awards last year, Creative Oceanic is delighted to announce the finalists of The 2nd Ontario Wedding Awards 2020. 

The event will take place on Tuesday, February 18 at The Sheraton Parkway North in Richmond Hill and will reward key professionals that have shown great commitment and talent within the wedding industry. 

The 2nd Ontario Wedding Awards 2020 aim to reward those within the eclectic wedding industry that make the special day as perfect as possible, including the caterers that provide delicious reception meals, decorators that make the wedding venues flourish or hair and makeup artists who make the brides look and feel on top of the world. 

The elegant event promises to be an enjoyable night with numerous prestigious accolades to be awarded to the most deserving professionals and businesses, including Wedding Venue of the Year, Caterer of the Year, Photographer of the Year, Specialist Wedding Supplier of the Year and many more. 

Dyad Imagery Emotional Storytelling, from Chesterville has been shortlisted in the Creative Photographer of the Year category. 

The Planted Arrow Flowers and Gifts, from Winchester has been shortlisted in the Florist of the Year category. 

CC Squared Photography, from Avonmore and Over the Moon Photography, from Finch have been shortlisted in the Photographer of the Year category. 

These local businesses will find out if they will be crowned winners at the elegant ceremony taking place in February. 

A Spokesperson for The Ontario Wedding Awards 2020 said: “These awards seek to recognize everyone in this sector that have shown excellence, commitment and have customer satisfaction as top priority in their business. Working in the wedding industry can be challenging at times and these finalists have managed to stand out amongst the rest, despite the difficulties. 

“Moreover, the Awards aim to recognize the growth, profitability and contributions of the wedding industry to the province’s economy. The event will showcase those who have expanded their business, created more jobs and work within an environment where excellence is a standard. 

“We would like to wish all the finalists the best of luck and we can’t wait to welcome our guests at the ceremony and celebrate the winners with them.” 

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