The aim of NAWP is to promote professional standards and ethics within the UK Wedding industry in order that a consistency of standards is maintained to meet the expectations of our Wedding clientele. The NAWP logo is synonymous with excellence. Clients know on seeing the logo that they are booking a vendor of professional and ethical calibre whose work has been recognised and acknowledged through stringent joining criteria.
NAWP Meetings
One of the most sought-after invitations in the Wedding Industry calendar.
Meet the Team
Learn more about the NAWP founders.
Why join?
You are investing and showing a commitment that together we can make positive changes for the future of the wedding industry, and all our businesses.
Become a Member
More information on the joining criteria.
The Directory
Find the perfect suppliers to complement your wedding.
The Wedding Journal
Top planning tips from our members.
NAWP Meetings
One of the most sought-after invitations in the Wedding Industry calendar.
Meet the Team
Learn more about the NAWP founders.
Why join?
You are investing and showing a commitment that together we can make positive changes for the future of the wedding industry, and all our businesses.
Become a Member
More information on the joining criteria.
The Directory
Find the perfect suppliers to complement your wedding.
The Wedding Journal
Top planning tips from our members.
"When we first heard about the NAWP it immediately struck a chord – an organisation committed to maintaining the very highest of standards in our industry and providing a framework to share experiences and best practise – of course, that’s exactly what we had all been waiting for! The regular networking events provide a great opportunity to discover new venues & professionals working within the wedding industry. It is great to meet and swap stories with fellow members over a glass of wine or two!"
Planned 2 Perfection
Photographs courtesy of Burlison Photography, Stuart Wood, John Nassari, Qudos, Kevin Scott Wood, Rupa Photography, Rhapsody Road Photography, Toby Lowe Photography.
Logo courtesy of Monika Day at Paperplain and Chris Pollard at Armorial.