Australian Bridal Industry Awards
The ABIA system is based on bridal feedback where brides are asked to rate their wedding suppliers in the criteria of
Quality of Product, Quality of Service, Value for Money and Attitude of Staff.
ABIA then uses a mathematical calculation to determine the Winner & Finalists of each wedding category in each state
(The Annual State Bridal Industry Awards) and nationally (The Designer of Dreams Awards)
From this, we are able to hold the ABIA Award ceremonies to recognize those wedding designers who have achieved excellence in their respective categories.
Contemporary Cakes and Classes has been voted by their wedding cake clients a finalist, with over 95% ratings for the last 9 years.
One of Queensland’s finest wedding suppliers, Contemporary Cakes and Classes was honored at the 16th Queensland Annual Bridal Industry Awards on Tuesday the 22nd of July 2014. The Chairman of the ABIA, Mr John O’ Meara congratulated Contemporary Cakes and Classes on their achievement as a finalist in their category.
Mr O’ Meara said that Contemporary Cakes and Classes should be extremely proud of the achievement considering that each wedding supplier must receive a customer satisfaction of at least 95%.
Mr O’ Meara went onto say that it was business’s like Contemporary Cakes and Classes which complimented and elevated the wedding industry with their attention to detail and the pride, passion and professional manner in which they delivered their wedding product to the bridal customer.
The Abia’s are a much sought-after Award for Australian wedding suppliers as they are determined by the votes of past brides. Each year over 30,000 brides are registered to vote for their most outstanding wedding suppliers.
Contemporary Cakes and Classes were nominated for an ABIA based on the quality of product, quality of service, value for money and the attitude of the staff who serviced the bride’s needs, before, during and after their wedding day.
A total of 35 wedding categories were represented at the Awards including, Limousine Hire, Marriage Celebrants, Wedding Cake Designers, Decorators, Photographers, Disc Jockeys, Video Producers, Make-Up Artists, Reception Centres, Wedding Florists, Wedding Stationery and Special Wedding Services. A total 273 Finalists competed for the 35 different wedding categories which were awarded on the night.
The attendees received an opening address from the Chairman of the ABIA, Mr John O’ Meara who congratulated the Finalists on their achievement.
Mr O’ Meara said that the wedding supplier was unique; as they had just one unrepeatable day to deliver excellence in their products and services.
O’ Meara went on to say that the quality of the work reflected in the newlywed’s votes was something that each and every one of the attendees could be proud of.