Why The Vow Bridal Boutique?

With years of experience working at one of the finest bridal boutiques in Houston, Jenan deeply understands brides’ spending habits and needs and can match this with the style and quality of designer gowns.

Brides-to-be search far and wide for sample sales of top quality dresses and former brides are looking for a place to sell their once-worn gowns in a fast, convenient, and efficient way. Bridal stores and designers around the country are overwhelmed with their floor samples, which deserve to be loved. The Vow helps all savvy brides save money or make money, as our wedding gowns are sold between 30-60% off their original retail price, and consignors earn 50% of their dress’ sale. Since the dresses are sold off the rack, brides do not have to wait 6-9 months for the gown to arrive and can visualize exactly how their dress will fit on their wedding day. Just because brides receive a bargain on the stunning luxury designer gowns, they are not (shorted? jeopardize?) on the highest quality shopping experience. The Vow is dedicated to providing an exceptional shopping experience for all brides.

If you are l ooking to have a green eco-friendly wedding, you will greatly reduce your carbon footprint and help save the planet, with every gown purchase at The Vow.

About the owner, Jenan Adham

The Vow Bridal Boutique was founded i n 2020 by a native Houstonian with a lifelong dream of owning her own bridal boutique, and years of experience in the bridal industry. Jenan created The Vow because she believes that she can impact someone’s life in the happiest, most beautiful setting by helping them find their dream wedding gown while helping them save money and our beautiful planet.

Jenan earned her MBA from the University of St. Thomas in Houston, and upon graduation worked in audit at a big-four public accounting firm. She later worked as an Account Coordinator at a global petrochemical company in downtown Houston, where she managed sales, shipments, and their complexities for over 300 customers. After years of feeling “corporate America” was not for her, and finding herself daydreaming of owning her own bridal boutique, Jenan left her corporate job in pursuit of her dream. She started working at a high-end luxury bridal store in Highland Village, and within a few months, she was promoted to manager and renowned as the top sales associate, selling Oscar de la Renta, Monique Lhuillier, Marchesa, Romona Kavea, and Mira Zwillinger. She regularly attended New York Bridal Fashion Week, procuring an exquisite selection of bridal gowns for the Houston market.

After two years of working in the bridal industry and with the encouragement from her family, friends, and former brides, Jenan pursued her dream of opening her own wedding gown boutique. However, she wanted it to be different. She wanted it to be a unique socially conscious concept with solutions to the problems she had encountered while selling couture