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    Whether it’s for weddings or birthdays, sometimes putting together curated gift boxes can prove a little frustrating. This aggravation can multiply when you have to pick out gifts for a long list of family and friends during the holidays or you want to thank your wedding guests with cute party favours.

    Grasping this need for heartfelt yet convenient options, these five brands have made the whole process of gifting a lot easier with their curated gift boxes. Choose from their ready-to-ship ensembles or assemble a personalized hamper filled with goodies. Whatever the occasion, it’s time to get shopping!

    The Style Salad

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    Co-founded by Shweta Raman and Saloni Shah, The Style Salad has put together unique and interesting pre-packaged gift hampers for a multitude of occasions and age groups. If you want to curate your own box, they have an array of established and upcoming brands under one roof – beauty, skincare, fragrances, home décor, bar and kitchen accessories, stationery, books, fashion, jewellery, gourmet treats and beverages, gadgets, travel goodies, health and fitness products, fun curios, men’s grooming and fashion accessories – they’ve got it all.

    Luxebox

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    Luxebox, a gifting consultancy, by Hina Oomer Ahmed guides people in the art of gifting, with equal importance placed on gorgeously packaged and styled gifts. On the website, she states, “Beauty is in the small things, in how the flower is placed, the right shade of the ribbon, the subtle fragrance of the candle. Which is why we believe in experiential and thoughtful gifting.” Create wonderful memories with their custom designs or ready-to-ship options that include everything from Champagne and luxury chocolates to gourmet treats and artisanal teas to organic beauty products and home fragrances.

    Boxed with Love by The House of Things

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    An online marketplace for luxury art, design objects and home décor, The House of Things started a dedicated shopping service.. Their wonderful pre-packaged range, which can also be customised, has something for everyone from the noodle enthusiasts to the travellers. Pick from baskets of gourmet goodies, rejuvenating spa delights, exquisite tea and coffee sets, and wonderfully packaged curios for the home. You can also get in touch with their team to whip up a bespoke hamper for your loved ones or work out corporate gifting.

    The Gourmet Box

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    The Gourmet Box offers a handpicked selection of artisanal treats from India and around the world. Select options like nut honeys, different kinds of butter, jams and spreads, gourmet coffees and teas, vegan and gluten-free munchies, dark chocolate delights, fancy crackers and cookies, flavoured salts and rubs, and international herbs and seasonings. They also stock a variety of international ingredients like polenta and pasta for the foodie who loves to try their hand at preparing different cuisines. Their pre-packaged boxes make gifting super easy, however, if the curated gift boxes don’t suit your fancy, then assort one of your own. They also undertake orders for corporate and custom boxes.

    Salted Caramel

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    From pretty florals to elegant pinewood cases, the hampers by Salted Caramel are packaged to perfection. Their goodie bags are curated for a multitude of occasions. Show some love to new parents, pamper your significant other with treats or ask your best friend to be your bridesmaid – each box contains unique delights tailored to the theme. Since, they also take on bulk orders, you can get in touch with them to tweak the hampers that suit your tastes.

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    Nadezna Siganporia

    A published writer and editor, Siganporia specialises in the design, décor, travel, culture, and food writing. Being from a military family, she constantly moved to new places which brought about a love for travel and exploration of cultures and cuisines. When not writing, she can be found devouring Wodehouse literature, sketching, or stalking her three rescue cats, camera in hand.