If you’re searching for a wedding gift list filled with big-name brands, check out this year’s Wedding Ideas Awards winners, Prezola and their perfect range of presents today…


Couples have a huge choice when it comes to wedding gift lists today. Honeymoon contributions and traditional gift lists from high street department stores have been popular with our real brides in the past but this year, new name Prezola have taken the top spot.

The judges loved Prezola’s sustained growth in the market while the real brides loved their capacity to attract well-known brands including Heal’s, Liberty, The White Company, Cath Kidston and many more. Real brides also loved the fact that registering a list or buying gifts was so easy and that they could browse by brand, retailer or department.


“It was totally surreal,” says Dom Bevan from Prezola, who received his award from sponsors The Wedding Mall. “We knew that we were up against some huge names in the industry and it was a truly magical moment to hear Prezola being called out as the winner from the podium. We would like to say an enormous thank you to everyone who voted for us. We know just how important it is that your gift list experience is perfect.”


“Prezola has evolved over the last three years by listening intently to every piece of feedback, so whilst we haven’t always got it right first time, we’ve worked closely with our couples to deliver the perfect wedding gift list service and so we’re delighted to have received this validation from the people that really count.”


Prezola was created as the definitive wedding gift list service where couples can add products from over 100 of the UK’s favourite high street and online retailers. With over 30,000 gorgeous products to choose from in one single location, it will save couples time and money searching for the perfect presents.

You can even ask for cash contributions and charity donations as well as set up your own bespoke Honeymoon Fund. This, coupled with their Personal Shopper team, made Prezola a winning service for 2014.

Will you be asking for money instead of a traditional wedding gift list? If so, how are you doing it? If you need some ideas, click here…


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