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Boise wedding planner goes virtual, leaves Downtown Boise retail space

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A Boise wedding and event planning company is saying goodbye to its warehouse and office and moving its services online. 

Bliss has been planning, designing, and renting event supplies from its River Street office for the last decade. 

With COVID-19 cancelling many weddings and events this spring and summer, Bliss says it was time to make a change. 

“The pandemic was the nudge that I needed to make tough decisions to simplify and streamline,” Bliss owner Teresa Sandros said. “It was honestly the break we needed to prioritize, and tackle changes I have been wanting to make for years.”

All appointments and consulting will happen virtually or at the event venue. 

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Bliss will also be moving its event rental supplies from a big warehouse to a smaller storage unit. 

“We are re-working our online gallery to be more shopper-friendly, so clients can create unique events on their own, if desired,” Sandros said. 

Bliss held a warehouse sale last weekend to close out much of its remaining merchandise.

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