The boutique is nicely situated on the corner of the Bridal District and as soon as you walk in you are overwhelmed (in the BEST way possible) with gorgeous gowns, sparkles, and a light and airy ambiance. With two floors and several rooms, there are so many options for the bride, mother of the bride, and bridal party, that you're sure to find something you love.
Our favorite parts were the crisp colors that made up the store! The dreamy blue walls definitely emitted classiness and sophistication, but also gave off a peace and calming feeling.... Which is definitely what brides needs when choosing a dress! We also loved how large the fitting area was! Plenty of space to walk (and maybe twirl) about.
We also got a chance to sit down and talk with Rene about White Wisteria and what it means to be a Girl Boss in the Bridal District!
Name: Rene Diederich
Go to coffee drink
Large coffee from Tres Belle with chocolate syrup
What does the term girl boss mean to you?
Doing everything you can and not letting anything stop you! And helping others get to where they need to go. CONFIDENCE!
What's your businesses name and how did you come up with it?
White Wisteria (type of flower that means good luck) Also the tree that her and her husband planted at the wedding.
Where do you go for inspiration and what motivates you?
Being in the store and brides that come in! Letting the brides drive the inspiration.
Who is your girl boss crush
Hanna Hartnell ( Bridal shop in Santa Monica, California)
Worst part of owning your business?
Not being able to do it all!!
Best part of owning your business?
Seeing so many people have the confidence and how they feel when they put on the dresses.
If you didn't own your business, what would you be doing?
Probably still working as a bridal assistant!
What do you love about being a girl boss in the Cincinnati area
Such an up and coming area! Also a great place to grow as a business owner!
What's your best advice for the next girl boss?
Just keep going, no matter what! You will have good days and bad days but KEEP GOING!