Houston Wedding Planner: Celebrating 7 Years of Success

As a small business owner, I continually count my blessings for having the opportunity to pursue a career that I love and have a true passion and unique-ability.  As one of Houston’s most sought after wedding planners, is truly humbling.

The Soiréebliss! Events team has been celebrating for many reasons this January. The company celebrated its 7 year anniversary since its launch January 8, 2008. Such an amazing feeling to look back 7.5 years ago to see a long time dream come true. None of this would be possible without the trust and loyalty of our clients who entrusted their events to us.

Since I launched the company, it truly felt like I had finally found that career I was born to do. I always describe the feeling as this: it’s like finding that perfect couture black dress that is your size, fits all your curves and imperfections perfectly. Not only does it make you feel stunningly and gorgeous, but it’s on sale for a fraction of the cost.  I think every female can relate to that feeling!

Over the past 7 years, I’ve been blessed to have had so many talented professional ladies to have helped make the company the success that it is now.  I cannot begin to thank all my team of Event Day Assistants enough who help execute and facilitate the endless details when setting up event decor while assisting in the management of the wedding day logistics.

One of the most celebrated additions to the team is the second Lead Planner, Allison Williford.  She came to us with a solid background in catering and event management she gained from her time working with a Colorado caterer.  Over the past year, she’s gained notable success in the Houston market for her highly enthusiastic passion for unique events with a stress-free, no nonsense approach.

Our team is looking forward to celebrating another successful 7 years creating memorable events for the most discerning of clients in the Houston, Austin and Dallas markets.



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