Becky Broome Launches New Website in Time for Christmas

Becky Broome, the British lifestyle brand that designs stylish, personalised gifts ranging from glassware and barware, to home accessories, launched its new website earlier this month, just in time for the Christmas season.

The fast-growing brand operates online and until now had been retailing exclusively through

Becky Broome is run by Kristian and Becky, a husband and wife partnership with a gift for gifting.  Together with their close-knit team, they bring customers a world of bespoke gifts and home accessories that even those hard to please will love to receive.

Where it all began

The eponymous brand was created by Becky and her husband, Kristian in 2009.  Initially they sold hand-printed textiles such as tea towels, cushions and aprons to the wholesale market, exhibiting at trade shows all across the country.  The company began to retail directly to customers in 2010 when they became a partner.

Becky Broome goes from strength to strength

In 2013, the brand launched a range of personalised glassware on, hand-etched in their studio - forever changing the business. The brand has seen the quickest and largest growth on the UK's leading curated marketplace, made up of over 5,000 small creative businesses.

Shortly after launching their personalised glassware range, an image of their (now) top-selling Becky Broome 'Good Day, Bad Day, Don't Ask' Wine Glass was shared on's Facebook page, reaching more than 2.9 million people in just 48 hours and receiving more than 42,000 Shares and Likes. This was a record for, becoming the most successful post listed.

In 2014 there was further success, as the brand's Personalised Drinks Measure Wine Glass from Becky Broome was awarded 'Best New Product' by in their annual 'Make Awards'. Consequently, Becky Broome featured on the cover of's Christmas 2014 Gift Guide; cited as a hugely proud moment by the two entrepreneurs.

Today's offer

Today, the brand creates high quality, bespoke personalised gifts which are hand-etched in the UK and specifically designed to create lasting memories for both gift giver and recipient alike.

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