Congratulations to all of our wedding clients this weekend!
09/29 – Vivian and Alex at Villa Antonia, Francesca and Nick at Stonehouse Villa, and Tia and Carlo at Addison Grove. 09/30 – Quinn and Joseph at Ma Maison, Kelcie and Michael at Stonehouse Villa, Cameron and Mikaela at Allegro, and Audra and Ben at South Congress Hotel. 

Something To Celebrate

You’re ENGAGED!!!  Now what…? Let Something To Celebrate lend a hand.  We’re regular people with extraordinary skills, helping to create individualized events. We’ll work with you to create a budget, customize to-do lists, and enlist the best event partners. We’ll take care of whatever you need, customized specifically for your budget and style. With over a decade of experience, we know well the tricks of the trade that minimize the stress of event planning. With our experienced team’s support, you have available to you an unlimited resource of recommendations and advice.

Something to Celebrate + PhotoHouse Films Weddings!

Something To Celebrate FAQs:

  1. How many weddings do you plan per year?
    About 40
  2. In what location(s) do you plan weddings?
    Austin and Houston
  3. Do you offer day-of coordination and/or full service planning?
    Both, as well as design
  4. Do you have a team that works with you?
    Yes, we have 2-3 planners in each city, plus assistants and interns in each market.
  5. What sets you apart from other wedding planners?
    We’ve been in business since 2005 and are known for our attention to detail (the most detailed vendor documents in the state!), calm under pressure, and creative ideas to craft the best celebrations.
  6. What is your favorite thing about wedding planning?
    It is such an unmatched honor to be trusted with the details of someone’s biggest celebrations! Working with them to make sure every aspect of the event reflects their unique personalities, as well as plans for their families and friends to have the best time, is just a delight. And who doesn’t get giddy over a well-executed plan? Every step is a joy.