Your Story Starts Here

Photography by Jon Keeling and Daniel Smyth

Carrie Karibo Bridal Boutique wants to make every bride the star of her wedding story.

From the time a bride walks in the door of the high-end boutique on West Benson Street in Reading, she can expect individualized attention from an experienced team of consultants that help her discover her “bridal alter ego” or “the bridal version of you,” as owner Carrie Karibo says. In addition to serving brides, the boutique has an array of options for bridesmaids and mothers of the bride and groom.

“We’re big on service and the experience when you get here,” Karibo says. “Even if you don’t choose a gown from us, we want you to enjoy the experience of visiting our boutique. We help brides complete their vision of how they see their wedding day and their bridal story.”

The holidays are peak season for engagements, which makes winter the ideal time to begin shopping for wedding dresses, especially for 2017, Karibo says. The boutique hosts numerous events during the winter, such as trunk shows introducing designers’ latest creations, to serve brides who start their shopping at the start of the new year.

“You’ll see designers here you won’t see everywhere else,” Karibo says about the boutique’s offerings, all exclusive to Greater Cincinnati and some to the state of Ohio. “You’ll find unique, innovative styles and great value.”

After the proposal, visit Carrie Karibo Bridal Boutique to start the next chapter of your love story.

Carrie Karibo Bridal Boutique is located at 334 West Benson Street, Cincinnati, OH 45215. For more information, call 513.821.9666, email or visit

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