Simply Unique Baby Gifts!
Unique baby gift shopping made easy.
Our site offers the largest variety of adorable designer baby gifts available online (or in any boutique). Choose from over eleven hundred unusual and hand made gifts priced to suit any budget and backed by our guarantee of satisfaction. Artfully crafted by our team of talented designers, each gift is created to be both memorable and practical. Our exclusive basket creations are designed with lots of fun themes for girls, boys, and neutral motifs.
We also specialize in Personalized Baby Gifts
. You’ll find hundreds of these great gift ideas including outfits, blankets, keepsakes, toys, furniture, and more. We have sent these gifts to babies of celebrities and some have even been featured on The Today Show on NBC
! In addition, we have a multitude of unique gift ideas for baby showers, first birthdays, religious celebrations, holidays, and other special occasions.
We also feature an extensive selection of Baby Gift Baskets
. Gift baskets are conveniently categorized to make it easy to shop at home and find the perfect gift for the new arrival on your list. All feature our guaranteed lowest price, and free shipping is always included in the Continental U.S.
With over 30,000 customers and counting, we have earned an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau
and we have received hundreds of positive reviews from our customers. Since we started in 2008, our mission has always been to treat every customer as we would expect to be treated ourselves. It is our pleasure to present you with the finest selections and values coupled with courteous service before and after the sale.
If you have any questions or if you would like to shop by phone, call toll free 866-476-0213
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We strive to make baby gift shopping easy. It is our hope that you will enjoy your experience enough to share it with friends and recommend us to others.     ♥ Thank You For Shopping With Us! ♥ Featured Reviews:
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Since ancient times, people have celebrated the birth of a child through ceremonies and rituals. While some ancient cultures would ritualize the pregnancy before the actual birth, for the most part, baby celebrations were given after the baby was born as opposed to during the pregnancy, and that practice is still widely adhered to by many cultures today. Most of these get-togethers were only attended by women, a practice that still holds true in many parts of the world, even in modern times. It is interesting that details about early childbirth rituals are scarce due to the fact that the mother and baby were usually kept in isolation after birth, and very few records documenting the exact nature of these ceremonies exist. It has always been a common practice in almost all cultures for family and friends to present gifts to a mother and her new child. The types of gifts varied according to specific traditions in different countries, but most were either made of gold or silver or other hand–made objects. The popular choices back then consisted of useful tools such as vessels, trays, textiles or clothes as well as wall art, sculptures, and foodstuffs.
While the selections have changed, people continue to consecrate this momentous time in a woman’s life with much needed infant and mother necessities. In some cultures, precious metal jewelry or currency are given to wish prosperity and good luck. Other cultures prefer traditional items given to prevent evil or misfortune such as hand knitted red slippers in South American regions or special amulets commonly given in some Middle Eastern countries. While a silver spoon is the traditional choice in some European countries, the standard in Western South America continues to be an alpaca hat actually knitted by none other than the new child’s father!
Today, many cultures blend traditional gift choices with modern alternatives. In China, it has been customary to present a red envelope filled with money. The envelope itself would also be decorated with special designs to convey luck, happiness or good fortune. In other countries, the new mother and baby spend time alone for a few weeks before guests begin to visit. During visits, they will share specialized drinks or a celebratory meal with the family and perform traditional rituals, usually centered on wishing the best for the new arrival. Whether traditions are strictly adhered to or melded with modern twists, the creation of a new life and the subsequent delivery of a new family member has been, and will always be, a celebrated event.