Janet, 37, from Exmouth sets sights on a national award

PUBLISHED: 06:30 21 May 2016

Janet Mann with her South West Wedding Award.

Janet Mann with her South West Wedding Award.


An Exmouth woman is aiming for success at national wedding awards, following her victory in a regional contest.

Janet Mann, 37, won the Wedding Floral Designer of the Year 2016 at the South West Wedding Awards.

Janet, who runs her business More Than Perfect Wedding Flowers For You, revealed her passion for flowers began when she was preparing to get married.

The mother-of-three, of Moorfield Road, said: “I’m overwhelmed that little old me has won the South West Wedding Awards in my category. I am so thankful to all of the people who voted for me.

“I am now thinking about entering the national wedding awards. I love what I do - I’m very passionate about it.

“My business is all about making the experience stress free for the bride-to-be. The brides then send me pictures from their big day and I get to compliment them.

“I do a lot of business work on Facebook and I regularly let my customers know how their order is progressing. Sometimes I will be asked to do something and I will question myself, but my husband, Paul, is just so supportive, he is great about it all.

“I have three children, a 16-year-old, 12-year-old and five-year-old, so it can be difficult to juggle both work and family life.”

The South West Wedding Awards are Devon and Cornwall’s premier people’s choice awards for weddings.

The awards recognise those businesses which exceed the expectations for their customers, providing outstanding service and inspire their customers to want to actively and positively promote them.

For more information about More Than Perfect Flowers For You, visit https://www.facebook.com/MoreThanPerfectWedding

Alternatively, for further details about the awards, visit http://www.wedding-awards.co.uk/.

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