Founded by Chantal Khoueiry, Brides do Good is a pioneering social enterprise that sells the world’s most beautiful pre-loved and sample designer wedding gowns online.
Their mission is to help the United Nations eradicate child marriage worldwide by 2030. A third of the sale of every dress sold through Brides do Good goes to Plan International and Too Young To Wed – charities focused on protecting the world's potential child brides.
Brides do Good offers brides-to-be the opportunity to purchase the world’s most beautiful pre-loved international designer wedding gowns, at a fraction of the cost.
Brides do Good celebrates the Best of British bridal brands post the wedding of Pippa Middleton and James Matthews.
Emulate Pippa’s wedding style for 20% of the price, also shine in a Phillipa Lepley couture dress with Brides do Good.
Celebrating British designers, which include: Phillipa Lepley, Vivienne Westwood, Elizabeth Jane Howell, Sassi Holford, Suzanne Neville, Amanda Wakeley, Ian Stuart, Stewart Parvin and Caroline Castigliano amongst others, at an affordable price and with the unprecedented charitable proposition (prices from £800).
Brides do Good addresses the global challenge of eradicating child marriage by 2030 (one of the United Nations sustainable goals) through partner charities Plan International and Too Young to Wed.
“When friends revealed they spent over thousands on a dress they’d only wear once and wouldn’t let go of it because of the emotional connection, I started thinking about the millions of wedding gowns sitting in boxes somewhere. And then my mind went to the millions of girls that are each year barbarically forced into early marriage and a life of violence - and then, inspiration struck!” said Chantal Khoueiry who is Headquartered in London.
Brides do Good is a unique e-commerce platform inviting brides from all over the world to buy designer wedding gowns at 70% less than their original prices, supporting charities with a portion of each sale donated.
Brides do Good sends a third of each sale to charities (such as Plan International, Too Young To Wed) to help protect the millions of girls who are at risk of early marriage” Livia Firth A symphony of social enterprise and forward-thinking retail, storytelling and love, Brides do Good is a movement: By Brides, for Girls.