I was given a gorgeous blue “My Favourite Things” themed Nappy cake as a gift when I was pregnant with Spike. I was thrilled and in my hormonal state shed a little tear! These are an absolutely lovely gift for a mum-to-be. It is practical without looking and feeling like it’s not a luxury gift – I have used everything that came in my nappy cake over the past 6 months and every time I went to use something I was reminded of the lovely gift that I had received. There are different size cakes available for different prices varying from £10-£45. Obviously the more money you spend the bigger it is and the more goodies that it comes with. They start at “small one tier” and go right through to “Giant.” The smallest comes with little bits like an 8oz bottle, face cloths shaped like roses and dummies or a dummy and clip, where as the biggest comes with things like a lip balm for Mum, 3 pairs socks, brush and comb, shower gel for Mum, shampoo for baby, bubble bath for baby, nappy cream for baby, shower scrub for mum, 3 pairs of tights, and a pair of shoes. (Those are just examples and products may vary) There is also a “Bespoke” option which allows you to divert from the standard pink, blue or neutral and have a specific theme and products to suit your needs. If you choose this option it also comes with a bespoke price tailored specifically for you.
I received a “Bespoke large tier.” My nursery theme was from the Toys R Us range “My Favourite Things” so I was really touched that a lot of thought had been put into it and that I had goodies that tied in with my own tastes. Because the products were Pampers and Toys R Us the quality was outstanding and put together in this way made them look fantastic and well worth the money. I was given a lot of size 3 nappies (a great size because it allows for bigger babies or can be saved for later) socks, booties, scratch mitts, dummies and a cup all of which were extremely useful.
Here are just a few examples of what Sarah’s Nappy Cakes has to offer:
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