Desi-Owned Christmas Gift Guide: Brides to be

The British Bindi team has handpicked inspiring desi-owned brands to help support shopping local this Christmas 🎄 whilst highlighting creative entrepreneurs in our community.

2020 has been a tough year for our brides to be! Browse our selection of Christmas gifts for future brides, to brighten up their wedding planning and festivities:

Made Easy By P

The Maiyan Box was a concept created by chaos.

Instagram – @madeeasybyp

‘It all started when my other half was looking for confetti a day before an engagement. It bothered me so much that they weren’t prepared that I got thinking about other ceremonies that are usually organised last minute. Quite often people are out looking for colours and gaane and finding a chunni a day before the ceremony but now it’s all available in one place in a beautiful personalised box.’ Covid hit the wedding industry big time but we found that ladies were purchasing the Maiyan box as a pick me up and to get them back into their wedding planning mood.

If you would like to place an order DM them on Instagram (hit the button below).

Mor London

Mor London brings you clutch bags that are handmade by the finest Indian craftsman.

Instagram – @mor.london

‘We aim to provide a modern aesthetic to answer the call of the modern women wanting MOR from their handbag game.’

Mor offer a unique range of embellished handbags that can also be personalised with a name, initial, date or even a hashtag. A personalised bag makes for a wonderful gift! Need inspiration to personalise your own bag – check out the ‘Bespoke’ highlights on @mor.london’s Instagram page! 

Silky Mynx

Independent Female-Owned Brand. Luxury Mulberry Silk Hair & Sleep Accessories.

Instagram – @silkymynx

A luxury silk accessory brand specialising in pillow cases, eye masks and scrunchies. All products are made from 100% grade 6A mulberry silk, which has amazing benefits for your hair and skin.

Benefits include hypoallergenic, anti ageing due to reduction in friction, cooling from the natural material and hydrating to lock in that extra moisture.

Pure Chemistry

‘Best Luxury Indian Wedding Lingerie Brand 2020’ by LUXLife.

Instagram – @pure_chemistry

‘Fashion is a way to express yourself and not just through outerwear. With lingerie, you can express your innermost self however you want…’ – Dimple Rani (Founder and Designer of Pure Chemistry Lingerie)

Pure Chemistry illustrates a reciprocity of playfulness and desirable elegance that boldly incorporates the classical yet never compromises on comfort. Coquettish sheer insets, plays of leather ties, strategically placed cross effects along with cuts that show off the female silhouette. 

More Recently Pure Chemistry lingerie are delighted to announce the release of their first ever bridal collection, Pure Rani. Named after Pure Chemistry’s CEO, Dimple Rani, the collection celebrates Dimple’s Indian heritage with festively colourful bridal lingerie & Saris.  First to develop Indian bridal lingerie, The Pure Rani collection boasts luxurious bras, marries sumptuous colourway’s of ruby reds & champagne golds with oh-so luxe fabrics french lace and Italian tulle with gold plated components, The collection includes a range of beautifully hand crafted sari’s. Pre-order now sales@purechemistrylingerie.com.


Organic Hair Oils by Hema

Shop their luxurious range of hair, body & home products made with the finest organic oils. As seen in @tatlermagazine @vanityfair

Instagram – @organicoilsbyhema

Organic Oils by Hema is a UK business specialising in hair, body and home products made with the finest organic ingredients. The best selling hair oils aim to obtain optimal hair health.

The Wild Lemon hair growth oil helps to cleanse, condition and stimulate the scalp to encourage growth and the Orange Passion nourishing hair oil is designed to boost shine and treats dry ends.

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