Lizzette Suarez is a creative San Antonio florist and specialist in event planning for weddings and the corporate sector. Lizzette founded her company from His garden in 2004 and it is now a leading name in luxurious flower arrangements for events in San Antonio and the surrounding areas of the Alamo City.

Lizzette specializes in following the vision of her clients and provides a myriad of options to the design of every event. Her attention to detail comes from over 18 years of experience in the corporate industry; she’s trusted for her ability to be articulate and having a fresh outlook on decor. Lizzette is a trusted source among peers in the wedding and corporate industry and her client’s testimonies prove she is one of the best.

In addition to being an entrepreneur, Lizzette is also a Board Member on the San Antonio Chapter of NAWBO (National Association of Women Business Owners) and serves as Chair for the Women Business Owner Awards Gala Committee which celebrates women business owners impacting the San Antonio Community. Lizzette also serves in the Entrepreneurial Connection Committee which was created by NAWBO San Antonio in 1999 to encourage young women to explore entrepreneurship as a means to financial independence and career satisfaction and serves as one of the mentors for young women.

Lizzette is also one of our very own founding board members. Lizzette has been with us from day one and is an intricate part of STEP. She currently serves as our Director of Membership.

Lizzette will soon complete her graduate studies in organizational development from The University of the Incarnate Word where she also completed her undergraduate studies earning a Bachelor of Science in Human Resources.

Lizzette will be participating in both our July 14th Wedding Academy and our September 29th San Antonio Tour of Venues featuring four of the finest San Antonio downtown-area venues and over 20 San Antonio’s best wedding vendors! You can find ticket information here.

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