We’re so ready for Band Baaja Buy, and we can’t wait for you all to come and check out all the awesome wedding & festive wear for yourself! We’re giving you some deets on the brands, so you can get there well-informed and ready to shop.



India’s first multi-artist concept jewellery brand, Nimai curates and showcases contemporary Indian jewellery pieces from over 35 designers. At Band Baaja Buy, you can find products by brands like Fooljhadi, Chicory Chai, Eina Ahluwalia, Malleka, and Vasundhara Mantri, to name a few. Stock up on neck wear, body harnesses, earrings, headgear, and a whole lot more.

Find them on Facebook here and on Instagram here.



The brainchild of designer duo Kavita Jain & Priyanka Jain, Devnaagri is a fashion label {their studio is located in Shahpur Jat}, that draws inspiration from their Indian roots, and gives it a contemporary spin to make garments that are rich, yet understated.

Follow them on Facebook here and on Instagram here.



Started by NIFT graduate Taniya O’Conner, Ayinat does Indian clothes that are really fun, quirky, and colourful. Their ‘Kinara Tara’ collection, is inspired by the jalis and geometry seen in Mughal architecture, as well as the plant and animal motifs in Mughal paintings. She uses light-weight silks, chanderis, and tulle that are embellished with delicate gotta patti, doris, ghungroos, and fun motifs {like cherry blossoms & dragonflies!}.

Follow them on Facebook here and on Instagram here.



Giving a modern expression to rural fashion, Nomad’s ChandBali collection features lots of flowy ghagras, shararas, kurtas, and more created with fabrics such as handwoven tissue chanderi, handwoven mashru, modal silk, and cotton rabari.

Follow them on Facebook here.

Gazal Gupta


A label focusing on the use of intricate embellishments and vibrant colours, Gazal Gupta’s collection features vibrant lehengas and pant-saris that’ll work very well for your mehendis, sangeets, and any other festive or wedding-related functions.

MadSam TinZin


Catering to brides with an individualistic sense of style, MadSam TinZin’s Courtyard Collection features geometric prints and floral embroideries. The fabrics, which are mostly light-weight organzas, dupions, and georgettes, combined with subtle summer hues, make for outfits that are fresh and unusual.

Follow them on Facebook here and on Instagram here.



Gurinder Singh and Vrinda Sachdev’s Qbik is a clothing and accessory store that caters to both men and women. Known for their cuts, colours, and detailing, they’re also up for customising outfits.

Follow them on Facebook here.