Travel Inspired Artisan Goods

‘I’ve been homesick for countries I’ve never been, and longed to be where I couldn’t be’.
Shop Bisby was born out of a love for travel and inspired by experiences around the world. Every scent represents a place we’ve been and love! We hope to share our story and journey with you, one candle at a time

Moroccan Goods

The Bisby brand has grown to include artisan goods Nicole and her family curate during their Summers in Morocco. Leading the way were custom designed leather bags and vintage rugs. 

Call me old fashioned, but there is no substitute for local artisans. For hundreds of years these artisans have been expressing their cultural heritage through rugs, ceramics, jewelry, and leather goods. I work directly with the artist to ensure a fair wage and to honor their skills. Take a look, I think you’re going to fall in love.


Soy Candles

 Each candles is slowly poured using natural soy wax, non-toxic fragrance, and a simple cotton wick. We hand-pour into a reusable glass tumbler and recyclable packing. No chemical are ever used and all fragrances are paraben free and non-toxic : 80-hour burn times

Our Scents

My family and I spend our Summers in Morocco and it's had a huge impact on my scent creation. I am drawn to exotic yet calming scents that fill your home with joy! 

Each scent is created to complement one another so you don't have to choose which candle to burn.

Our scents rotate seasonally and I am always on the hunt for new fragrances and smells around the world to bring back with me. 


About Nicole  

In 2013 I started making candles in my kitchen. I started because I knew I could do better than the mainstream candle. I knew I could create something beautiful, that smelled amazing, without chemicals, and made by hand.

I've always focused on natural ingredients with recycled packaging and continue those efforts today. I want a product you feel proud to own and one that doesn't hurt our environment.

An important part of Bisby Candles is giving back, so  5% of our annual profits go back to non-profit organizations in Oklahoma City.