Talented Toni nominated for top industry award
Date published: 10 May 2021
Springhead-based Toni Frost
Springhead-based Toni Frost, from Esquiress Ceremonies, has been nominated in the Rising Star category by the 2021 Celebrant Industry Awards (TCIA).
The awards ceremony will be hosted by The Celebrant Directory - an online hub full of glittering inspiration for those in search of celebrant-led ceremonies.
As an industry first, these global awards are set to recognise those delivering excellence as nominated by fellow celebrant colleagues, industry suppliers, couples and families.
Esquiress Ceremonies is a Wedding, Vow Renewal and Namings Celebrant outfit covering Manchester and the North West of England.
With nominations now closed, voting now opens to the public on Monday, May 17 until Friday, May 21, before being reviewed and judged by an independent panel made up of industry experts.
Founder of TCIA and The Celebrant Directory, Jennifer Claire Constant, said: “I am so excited to finally launch these awards to shout loudly about our fantastic celebrant community and really recognise the talent we have.
“The past year has shown how integral celebrants are within the funeral and weddings industry, working and supporting families through life-changing events.
"I’m really proud of how our members have come together and have made a difference in times of such hardship in 2020-21.”
To nominate a celebrant for one or more of the six sparkling award categories, head to: www.thecelebrantdirectory.com/awards
The winners will be announced and notified on Monday, May 31.
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