Now that we have introduced you to our salon, it’s time to introduce you to the people who make it all work. Just who will you be shopping with when you visit Something Blue?


Sandie Walther, Owner and Salon Director, Something BLUE


Sandie has been dreaming of owning a bridal salon for many years. While attending college at the University of Tennessee, she worked at a delightful family-owned bridal salon called Wedding Wonderland. After many years of teaching high school, she decided to return to the wedding world. She worked at Louise Blum Bridal Salon in Houston, Texas before becoming assistant manager of Priscilla of Boston in Houston. The knowledge she gained at both of these couture salons fueled her dream of owning her own bridal boutique. She loves working with her brides and seeing their wedding fantasies come true. “My favorite part of the bridal experience--seeing my bride’s face light up when they just know that the dress is THE dress!” What does Sandie love other than weddings? Her family—especially her adorable granddaughter, Finley, traveling, peacocks and anything chocolate.


Rebekah Krsak, Fashion Director, Something BLUE


Though Rebekah is Sandie’s daughter, she comes to Something Blue with bridal experience as well. A graduate of Baylor University with a degree in Art History, her creativity and artistic knowledge complement her natural attention to detail. She worked at Louise Blum Bridal Salon in Houston, TX before spending a few years teaching middle school. After the birth of her daughter, she and her husband, Thomas, moved to Lake Jackson. A better person to help you find your prom or wedding dress can’t be found. Her training in the arts helps her understand what flatters each unique figure and her sense of color and style are essential in building a complete look for her girls. More about Rebekah? Nothing is more important than her family and her daughter, Finley is at the top of that list. Close runners-up? Shoes, football, and ice cream.