Phoenix classic boutique, Wicker Goddess, commenced with a wedding ceremony approach

Sarah Small, owner of Wicker Goddess, was featured on Good Morning America on Jan. 13.

All Sarah Smaller wanted was to sell the yellow couch she used for her marriage ceremony. 

But a person classic sale on Instagram led to the next. In February 2020, Small opened, “Wicker Goddess,” a retail store at 16th Street and McDowell Road in Phoenix. 

Three decades after launching an Instagram account to offer classic merchandise, Compact appeared on “Very good Early morning The united states” on Thursday, Jan. 13.

Small appeared in a phase of the show paid for by GoDaddy, a Tempe-based company that provides net web hosting and other equipment for around 20 million corporations. Modest, who was compensated for the visual appearance, has used that company’s providers considering the fact that she released her shop.

“I experience very honored to share our story on ‘Good Morning America,'” Tiny reported. “I want to be anything that people today can search at and say, ‘yes, if she can do it, so can I.’ My hope is that they investigate what their authentic passions are because lifestyle is small. I hope it inspires people to jump.”

What is Wicker Goddess?

Sarah Small owns Wicker Goddess. The shop was featured on Good Morning America

Situated at 16th Avenue and McDowell, Wicker Goddess sells vintage garments, extras and house items, Modest claims.

A rainbow mural greets attendees as they enter the smaller (just more than 400-square ft) shop to find vintage vases, home furniture, household products, jewellery, dried florals, crystals and hand drawn greetings cards and prints developed by Modest. She also sells area goods built by neighborhood suppliers and artists.