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Honoured by our Nomination for Best Innovator, Bridelux Awards 2022

The team at The Event School London are beyond thrilled 💫to have been co-nominated for Best Innovator with Siobhan Craven-Robins for the Bridelux 2022 Awards.

It's an honour to have the innovation of our amazing lead wedding planning teacher Siobhan, our party planning and event management teaching team and our incredible graduates, recognised by our peers and this leading industry association.

Our teachers and graduates pivoted and innovated like you wouldn't believe throughout covid and came out the other side with stronger, unique and even more compelling services for the wedding and event industry and education and training sector.

We're so proud of our teaching and graduate teams and we'd love to see them receive the prestigious recognition the #Bridelux award would offer.

So we'd appreciate your vote for us at:

🙌 Thank you Bridelux for the nomination

✨ Congrats to Siobhan Craven-Robins (lead wedding planning teacher and programme collaborator)

⭐️ Congrats to our passionate and dedicated teaching team

💫 Congrats to our talented graduates



Back in 1995, Siobhàn recognised a gap in the market for designated co-ordinators to help couples through the wedding planning process saving them time and disappointment. Siobhàn is acknowledged in the industry as the UK's first Wedding Planner and is one of the UK's leading wedding co-ordinators. Her beautiful weddings have featured in Hello, OK! and many bridal magazines around the world. Her famous clients include Joan Collins, Barbara Windsor, Greg Kinnear, Des O'Connor and Ronni Ancona.

She was GMTV's resident wedding expert and featured on the show for the Interactive wedding strand (2002-2006) where she designed and co-ordinated a wedding to be broadcast live from the chosen international destination.

In 2005 she launched her DVD, ''From This Day Forward', a guide to planning the perfect wedding.

Siobhàn writes for various wedding magazines and is frequently requested as a speaker at business seminars and wedding shows. She is also hired as a consultant for wedding related TV and radio shows, new venues, and other suppliers within the wedding industry. She has provided commentary for many of the Royal weddings, penned forewords for industry books and appeared countless times on National and International tv and radio providing expert commentary on a range of wedding related news items.

In 2013, with two of her industry colleagues, she founded National Association of Wedding Professionals; an association promoting professionalism and integrity within the UK Wedding Industry. The association boasts a high calibre membership and is regarded as a benchmark for professionalism within the UK industry.

Siobhàn now spends some of her time lecturing for The Event School London, hosting various masterclasses and her CPD approved 5-day Certificate in Wedding Planning.

Siobhàn is renowned for her imaginative flair; no two weddings are ever the same. Her goal is to achieve a wedding that is truly representative of the couple involved. A wedding that is individual to them - and one that guests enjoy and appreciate.




Bridelux produces the world's finest Wedding & Party industry symposiums and conferences; connecting the luxury wedding industry with who they need to meet in places they need to be.

Founded in 2013, Bridelux is a specialist media brand for the global luxury weddings and events industry.

Held at the most esteemed hotels in the world we create curated event experiences where attendees are introduced to the industry's top designers, thought-leaders, planners and vendors while enjoying a chance to network, exchange ideas and walk away empowered and inspired.

Our attendees have enjoyed exhibitions from the top brands in the world including; Dior, The Wedding Gallery, Vera Wang, Reem Acra, Vivienne Westwood, Harrods, Jimmy Choo, Julien MacDonald, Laurent-Perrier, Charlotte Olympia, Agent Provocateur, Christian Louboutin, Bentley, Tiffany & Co. and many more brands and designers.

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