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Monday, 7 December 2015

Muddy Puddles- 3 in 1 Scamp Suit Review

The boys really enjoy being outdoors and they can often be found jumping in puddles and generally getting wet and muddy. I want little Pops to be able to join in and although he is still not mobile being prepared for the wet weather is always a bonus, even if that's just nipping out on the school run.

When Muddy Puddles got in touch offering Pops a 3 in 1 Scamp Suit for review it seem liked the ideal opportunity to get him kitted out in his first little waterproof.

The Scamp suit is available in two different colours (Navy Thunderbolt and Teal Raindrop) and a range of sizes from 0-6 months through to 2-3 years. Pops has just turned six months so i selected the 6-12 month size in the Teal colour.


The Scamp suit has a fleece under layer which is cleverly fitted with press studs to allow the waterproof to fit over the top. This means that the suit can be worn in three ways; as a cosy fleece, as a waterproof  suit or in the colder wet weather with the both layers attached to create a warm waterproof suit.



In the 6-12 month sizing both the fleece and waterproof have the option to turn back the hand and feet cuffs to create 'gloves' and to cover the feet to make a full all in one.

The layering of the fleece and waterproof has been made easy with the use of hooks and press studs to prevent the suit getting crumpled down the arms and legs

The lined pointy hood which looks super cute on is also fitted with velcro and straps to adjust the size of the hood so that it creates a fit best for your little one.


The Waterproof is soft to touch and has a long zip which makes it easy to lay Pops into.The fleece layer is super soft and will definitely keep him be snug and warm. 

Pops has plenty of growing room in his Scamp suit and i would expect this when i chose the bigger size for him.


The Scamp Suit is priced at £59.99

Disclaimer: We were sent a Scamp Suit for the purpose of this review but all opinions are our own.



Wednesday, 2 December 2015

The Snowman and SnowDog Festive Bake Off Blog Tour 2015

Last year we took part in the Snowman and Snowdog Blog tour and the boys fell in love with the story that is the sequel to The Snowman. So when we were offered the opportunity to join again this year we were rather excited.



Watching the Snowman on TV had been somewhat of a tradition from when i was younger, and the sequel the Snowman and Snowdog will be shown on Channel 4 again this Christmas.

The Snowman book has seen over 4 million copies sold worldwide and this year we have been sent a deluxe copy of the Classic story by Raymond Briggs.This hardback book is packed with stunning illustrations and is made memorable with the absence of words as in the film.


The boys enjoyed studying the pictures and recreating the story and telling it using their own words and descriptions. The book has a RRP of £12.99 and would make a great gift that can be shared with children young and old year after year.

We were also sent some adorable Snowman and Snowdog cookie cutters to assist us with our bake off creations. This little set is available from John Lewis (£3.50)




The boys couldn't wait to get started and after putting together a basic vanilla biscuit dough they then got to work on the rolling and the cutting.

Once the biscuits were cooled we melted some white chocolate and spread all over the Snowman and Snowdog biscuits, next up was the decoration and under strict guidance and assistance from Little Man we used icing pensand edible decorations to create our own Snowman and Snowdog biscuits.


We also plan to use our cutters to create salt dough decoration for the tree and also for sandwiches to create a festive Snowman inspired pack lunch.

Tomorrow the blog tour heads over to YummyMummyinTraining so why not head over there for some more Snowman and Snowdog themed treats


Tuesday, 24 November 2015

Bennetts for Babies Christmas Giveaway

With Christmas just over a month away i have lined up a great little giveaway to win a Bennetts for Babies Christmas box.


              
The Bennetts for Babies range was created over 50 years ago by a father and pharmacist Basil Bennett who became famous for his baby care products. His expertly formulated products effectively treat dry skin, eczema, and help to prevent and heal nappy rash, Bennetts has been a hit with mums and dads for decades. The full range includes baby bum creme, which easy to rub in and is for prevention as well as healing nappy rash, nipple cream which does not need washing off before feeding , aqueous cream for easily absorbing  and suitable for moisturising all over, bath drops for keeping skin silky smooth and the one of a kind bum buddy traveller perfect for when out and about.  The Bennetts range is available to buy in independent pharmacists,  online through Amazon and Ocado and Superdrug.com and Morrisons and Asda stores. For further information about Bennetts products visit www.bennettsforbabies.co.uk


I have a Bennetts Christmas box  containing Bum Creme, Aqueous drops and Aqueous cream to giveaway to one of my readers.(Please note packaging may vary to the one displayed)  To enter follow the Gleam widget.

Bennetts for Babies Christmas Box






Monday, 2 November 2015

Penwizard Snowman and Snowdog Book Review

I am always on the look out for new and unique gifts for the boys, things that perhaps they will not only enjoy, but perhaps use as a keepsake or as a momento to remember special occasions by. I remember when I was younger receiving a personalised book and although I no longer have it I can still remember my excitement at seeing my name appearing in a proper book.

Penwizard is a company that specialise in a range of personalised books featuring some familiar childrens character's including Peppa Pig, Ben and Holly and Frozen. We were asked if we would like to review a personalised copy of the latest addition to the range, The Snowman and the Snowdog.

The boys fell in love with The Snowman and The Snowdog last year when we received a copy of the DVD. The beautiful story is a sequel to the Snowman and provides another heart-warming Christmas tale with fun and frolics at the North Pole and a meeting with Father Christmas himself.



Ordering from the Penwizard site is really quick and simple and took me just a matter of minutes to personalise the book with not just my child's name for the main character but a unique customised design of how they appear in the illustrations! What I really liked is that you could also add your own message on the inside of the book making it a perfect keepsake or gift choice. On completion of your order you are provided with an estimated delivery date of your book, ours arrived well within the time frame.


One of the greatest attractions with this book is that your child, actually becomes the star of the story taking the leading role featuring throughout the 32 page book. The illustrations are beautiful and add to the magical feeling that the story creates. The boys loved the story and turning the pages to see the personalisation throughout.



This book has gone down a treat in our house and am sure will be a treasured Christmas story that we can share year after year.

The Snowman and Snowdog is available in Hardback priced at £24.99 and paperback priced at £17.99

Disclaimer: we received a copy of this book for the purpose of review but all opinions are our own.

Thursday, 8 October 2015

#WbabyWT with George at Asda

Ever since having the boys I can rarely pass a clothes shop with out a look at the children's clothing, usually coming out with something for at least one of them. They definitely have a better wardrobe than what I do. So when little Pops was offered the opportunity to take part in the #WbabyWT ( What baby wore today) campaign with George at Asda range, I was pretty much in my element.

The online selection was a lot more extensive to that in store, and I spent some time in selecting a weeks worth of outfits for little Pops, including some newborn essentials of sleep suits and vests.

I am a huge fan of sleep suits and think there is nothing more adorable that baby's in sleep suits. I loved this three pack selection, which combine bright colours and cute little patterns. Little Pops looked super cute in these and they are so comfortable and practical ( We doubled these up as pyjamas too) The three pack selection was just £10.


Baby's can never have too many vests,  so i chose a lovely three pack which had a funky alphabet print one, along with one printed with Mummy's little star, and a blue textured one.


We also selected this adorable gingham print dungaree and body suit set, and a blue romper with reversible sun hat.



Pop's also loved rocking this little shorts and t shirt set:

 
By far are most worn item was the little blue zip up hooded top with ears. Pops has worn this on warmer days in the pram instead of a coat. It has received so many comments. An absolute steal at £4.


I have already started to have a look at the Winter range online and am sure to be ordering a few more outfits for little Pops

Disclaimer: We provided with an online credit to select outfits for the purpose of this campaign but all opinions and pictures are our own.





Wednesday, 30 September 2015

Dreaming of a Play Room

When we moved into the house it was just me and the other half, since then we have had the addition of the boys and i think it's safe to say that we have amassed a huge collection of clothes and toys. I often find myself dreaming about extra space and creating a play zone where the boys can have their own little area and that there is a central room where all the main toys and games can live.Am sure the boys would love to put their stamp on it too.

I would love to convert the loft space and create a bright area where the boys can spend hours playing, reading and snuggling down during the wet and cold weather. I envisage big Velux windows that let in lots of light, and two distinct areas one for playtime and one for quiet time.

The 'play' section will play home to the train table, yards of track, easels, games and toys. There will be huge wall storage boxes where the toys can be stored by theme, and the boys can easily access them. Walls will be decked with art work and a wall painted with blackboard paint.

The 'quiet' zone will have big comfy beanbags, and cushions maybe even a sofa and will play home to a large bookshelf and a collection of our favourite teddies. A TV will also sit in the corner where the boys can watch a DVD or two.

Although i have these grand plans to create a play area, there is more than just a little part of me that hopes that maybe there will be a chance to create another little nursery....!

Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post.

Halloween with Aldi Specialbuys

Last year the boys were pretty taken with the Halloween displays around the estate, to be fair they were quite impressive and each year there are more ambitious offerings. They wanted to decorate our window but we left it very late in the day so ended up with just a few bits and bobs from the limited selection left in store.

Tomorrow (Thursday 1st October) sees Aldi launch its Halloween Specialbuy range which will be available while stocks last. The range has a wide selection of items from fancy dress to novelty door bells and of course everything that you would need to host a Halloween party.



The fancy dress range sets start at just £3.99 and if you don't fancy a full set there are tights, tutus and pyjamas. The spider boppers are a bargain at just £1.79 and went down a real treat with the boys and are ideal for little ones who want something that's not too scary.

The partyware selection is extensive including tablecloths, bowls and party bags. The colourful monster design was our favourite. The serving dishes are also a great idea for serving up nibbles and sweets.





Decorations will also be available from the large inflatable characters with LED lights, talking door knockers. One of our favourite decorations is the LED tea light holder which essentially creates a candle type display by using batteries which is perfect for my little ones (and just £1.79)

Why not check out the full Halloween Specialbuy range in store and don't forget those sweets for the trick or treaters!

Disclaimer: we were sent some items from the Aldi special buy range for the purpose of the post but all opinions are our own

Monday, 28 September 2015

Miffy's new TV show and Sensory Miffy Giveaway

Early this year one of my childhood favourite characters Miffy celebrated her 60th Birthday and in my role as a Miffy Mum i am excited to be able to tell you about a new TV series that will launch early next month. Thats right Miffy's Adventures Big and Small launches on Tiny Pop at 7pm on the 2nd October.

The series will be based on the classic character's from the Dick Bruna story books, and the Iconic Miffy and friends will discover the wonderful world around. Designed with a simple narrative each episode is seven minutes long and will feature fun songs, shapes and will help to engage little ones as well as keeping the bright primary colours associated with the Miffy stories.



I have had a sneak peak, and we will definitely be tuning in!

So to help the launch of the new show Miffy will be hosting a Twitter party this Friday at 1pm.Just check out @Miffy_UK.  I also have a fab prize of a Sensory Miffy to giveaway. This brightly coloured textured toy is suitable for children six months and older, and features 14 sensors which children can press to learn about the body.

For a chance to win just enter the Gleam form below. Terms and Conditions Apply, UK entrants only. Good luck

Sensory Miffy Toy














Monday, 21 September 2015

Bebop Wizard Den Bouncy Castle Review

With a big garden and two energetic little men (aged 3 and 4) and hopes of a nice summer I had already been looking at bouncy castles for sale so you can imagine our delight when asked to review the Bebop Wizard's Den Bouncy Castle

Make no mistake, my boys have the combined energy of a medium sized nuclear fission reactor and I was curious to see how much of this they could expend on a product of this nature - and whether said product could actually stand up to the challenge!

The castle was delivered in two surprisingly modest sized boxes, one for the inflatable itself  and one for the electric air pump. The latter is very well packaged by the way, and the box is worth keeping for storing the pump when not in use. Assembly was ridiculously easy, simply roll out the castle at the spot you want it, fasten it down with the four plastic pegs provided and connect the pump to an integrated tube at the back. Tie it tightly around the pump nozzle( the ties are part of the tube itself) and you are good to go.


The length of the plug wasn't quite long enough to run from my garden to the nearest socket in the kitchen but I used an extension lead so that wasn't a problem. Upon switching on the pump it inflated in less than a minute. It's worth mentioning that the pump fan runs fairly quietly so need to worry about disturbing the neighbours!


Design wise the castle we had was very pleasing. The colours were nice and vibrant, the towers have little mushroom style tops and access to the interior is via a nice uncomplicated mini slide. What I particularly like is that the walls are made of a tough mesh so that you can see exactly what your little ones are up to, and they can see what's going on outside. The material of the castle is very robust, which is just as well because as soon as it was inflated my little ones were all over it giving it the most vigorous of testing! I am happy to report that the pegs stood firm and the fan stayed attached to the castle throughout all of our many play sessions in the time we had the castle. Each time we had to put it away for the night (or during the occasional bad weather) the castle deflated quickly, it rolled up without problem so and was easy to put back in its original box for storage in the garden shed. I would note that the plastic pegs need to be treated with care as they are not thick and need coaxing out of the ground gently.



It's fair to say that my boys absolutely loved playing on this castle, they spent literally hours bouncing around in it pretending they were knights in a castle, Pirates on a desert island, astronauts in a spaceship.....the amount of play they got out of it was staggering. It withstood everything they could throw at it, although we were careful to follow the attached safety guidelines. They were really sad to see it go and I strongly suspect that the boys will be asking for an identical one of Santa this year!

Disclaimer: I was provided with a Bebop Wizard's Den on loan for a fortnight for the purpose of this review, but all opinions are my own.



Friday, 18 September 2015

A Home from Home

Last week we visited the in-laws who have a lovely house in Chester, although it's under an hour away from our home in some ways it seems a million miles away. Whether it's the mix of city and green space or the the historic origins, but everything seems to be a much more relaxed pace and as we took the city tour down the River Dee, I spotted a lovely little property that I could happily see as my own.


I can see why many people choose to relocate and retire to different areas or even different countries. After many of years of paying into pensions schemes, paying mortgages,insurances, policies and providing for their offspring, there is a definite lure of creating a new start.

This got me thinking about my ideal retirement location, and despite the lure of foreign seas I think that some parts of the UK really tick all the boxes. So for now here is my top three.

Firstly as I mentioned at the start of the post is Chester, with the appeal of a great city centre, and lovely walks, I could see myself spending hours exploring the City walls, strolling through the parks and dining in the many different eateries, as well as being only a stones throw away from Wales.

Next up would be Southport which again is only an hour away, but has that wonderful sea air, traditional seaside attractions and of course some fantastic green space.


Lastly somewhere 'down south' such as Devon  or Torquay, that tends to see the best of the British weather, have amazing Cornish ice creams and cream teas. Not only that but they have the most adorable village locations, quaint houses with thatched roofs, and for the more seaside type locations there are those beautiful brightly coloured beach huts, which I could quite happily fit with all the mod cons and call that my home.

However if the numbers come up, I won't hesitate in thinking twice about boarding a cruise ship and sailing round the world a few times before I make up my mind!


Disclaimer: this is a sponsored post



Monday, 14 September 2015

Gro-Snug - Review

Despite little pops being my third child i have never been able to master the skill of swaddling. I have tried with different types of blankets and swaddle blankets but have never quite been able to create that snug little haven that newborns seem to love. So when i was offered the opportunity to review the Gro- Snug a new product from the Gro Company which combines a swaddle and sleeping bag all in one i was keen to give it a try,



The Gro- Snug has been cleverly designed so that it combines a swaddle and a sleeping bag in one by the use of popper and zip fastenings and is suitable for babies from 5 to 12lb.

To start with we used the Gro-Snug as a swaddle. The swaddle is super easy to use and it really is just a case of closing the poppers and the front zip fastening. As Pop's was very wriggly, we found that the swaddle really helped to comfort him and we saw quite a marked improvement in his sleeping and really helped with the startle reflex.


The Gro Snug easily converts into a gro-bag and after the swaddling stage we used the snug as gro-bag, where arms can be out simply by opening the popper fastenings. This allows Pops to remain warm and comfortable and made the transition to a sleeping bag a seamless one.


In both modes the Gro-Snug opens from the bottom to allow for easy nappy changes. Chin and zip guards are also fitted to prevent any rubbing. The Gro- Snug is made from supersoft cotton and can be washed and tumbled dried, and as we have used ours so much i have found that it has washed well and remained supersoft.

The Gro- Snug is available in two different weights dependent on the room temperature; light for use in warm rooms of 21-25c and cosy for cooler rooms of 16-20c. It is available in three different colours of white, grey marl and rainbow spot, each coming with a handy little room thermometer.

We have used the Gro-Snug every day since receiving and i can honestly say that we love this product. The ability to combine an easy to use swaddle and gro- bag in one is in my opinion a genius idea and i will definitely be recommending this product to other parents.

Disclaimer: We received a Gro-Snug for the purpose of this review but all opinions are my own.


Monday, 24 August 2015

Lego Dream House

Little man loves to build and has just started to explore the concept of Lego so when we were offered the chance to build a Lego Dream House with Ocean Finance it was a perfect opportunity to get creative.

Now if you asked me about my dream home I would be thinking of a huge kitchen with island, conservatory, play room and a spare bedroom, big garden  etc but it seems these don't feature in a four year olds ideal home.

So little man set out armed with his box of Lego and a few extra pieces that had been passed down from his nephews and this is what he come up with.



Little man was very keen throughout the build to describe the features of his 'dream home' and it seems that security is very high on the agenda at this home.



Firstly there is an entrance gate at the front path to let the good guys in sorry no baddies allowed.

Down the front path there is also a dog detector, they have to stay outside too and a glow light for when it gets dark.

The front of the house is complete with door number so in little mans words the 'postman knows where to call' and of course security is top priority we have a house alarm complete with water spray. The side garden also has its very owntrap door just in case any baddies are located, they will be thrown in!



Inside the house little man has fitted a telephone for those important calls, one bed so that we can all sleep together and for a safety conscious little man a safety gate to make sure children are safe.

Moving into the back garden we have the chief aka Daddy who is gardening, an outside bath/paddling pool  complete with big taps and a BBQ for cooking tea.

This post is our entry into the Ocean Finance Bloggers competition, we were sent a box of Lego to allow us to take part.




Monday, 17 August 2015

A Pre-school Summer Bucket List.

With only a few weeks left until Little Man starts school ( where has that time gone) and only a handful of sessions left at nursery i thought it would be nice to put together a little summer bucket list of things to do.

When little man starts school in September there will be a few days were tiny man will be at home with me and Pops. So i thought it would be nice to spend some quality time with the little man so i asked him some of the things that he would like to do and this is what we he come up with - with a few additions from me:



So last weekend we made a start on the list and spent a lovely day in Southport. Little Man enjoyed a stroll along the beach with an ice cream of course.


We have also planned a night away for the end of the month so we can hopefully tick of a few more of the bucket list.

And if anyone is an expert in building speedboats then please feel free to give me a clue


Monday, 20 July 2015

HotMilk Lingerie - Review

A week or so  before little pops planned induction I paid our local retail park a visit in order to get the last bits for the hospital bag and also to get measured and fitted for a nursing bra. At 36 weeks pregnant i was within the advice guidelines of when to get measured.
Assuming that this was something relatively simple i was surprised to see that they actually stocked nothing in my 'bigger size' and the ranges that they did stock were of very basic designs. Over the next few days i searched several bigger name retails with no avail. So it a bit of a last minute panic the night before planned induction i resorted to ordering a couple from and online shop on Ebay.

When maternity and nursing lingerie specialists HotMilk got in touch to see if wanted to review a nursing bra i jumped at the chance. Firstly  i was pleasantly surprised by the range of bras they had available and secondly how beautiful the range was. I searched the website (which can be done by size) and was spoilt for choice.

I selected the 'Show Off' nursing bra in navy, which is made from a silky microfibre material and has a lovely lace detailing pattern at the top.


Although the bra is non wired it does provide plenty of support, fuller cups and is extremely comfortable to wear and is a great fit.
 The back  is fitted with six hook and eye fasteners to allow for a comfort fitting and also has the one handed clip fasteners which are perfect for breastfeeding. The frame support also provides a modesty cover which is great when feeding out and about.

I was extremely pleased with the fit of the bra, which provides really good support (i thought that i would only find this support in an underwired bra) and looked pretty too which is a far cry from some of my other nursing bras.

Comfort is extremely important and i have worn this throughout the day and despite feeding on numerous occasions the bra remained comfortable and required no adjusting or messing after feeds.

The bra washes well and has retained its shape and support extremely well. Not only is this a really pretty bra it is an ideal nursing bra for me, providing me with support and comfort and addressing all the practicalities needed when breastfeeding.

The show off bra is priced at just under £33 which is more than i would normally pay but as a 'bigger size' customer struggling to find something on the high street is well worth the investment in my opinion.

Disclaimer: I was sent this bra for the purpose of review but all thoughts and opinions are my own

Tuesday, 14 July 2015

Humidity and Illnesses

One of the worst ailments that have affected both Little Man and Tiny Man in their early years has been Bronchiolitis. This nasty virus induced condition can lead to severe respiratory difficulties and nothing is worse than seeing your child literally struggle for every breath. Croup is another condition that is common in young children and is currently doing the rounds with pre-school children.


Although Tiniest Man is only 7 weeks old I am watching him ever so closely for the tell tale signs of Bronchiolitis. This week he has had a little cold and has been really bunged up and had little sneezes which have disrupted both his feeding and his sleep patterns. Fortunately I am sure that there is no virus involved here, but it got me thinking as to what other causes of breathing affecting illnesses there were and how I could minimise the risk of tiniest catching anything else.



I was already aware of switching to ‘greener’ and more natural cleaning products, as most standard cleaners, bleaches and the like can give off an alarming cocktail of chemicals which are toxic to the environment and of course my family! 

There's nothing better than freshly laundered bed linen so our bed is changed weekly and the tiniest man has changed daily.

I also try and vacuum at least twice a week to minimise dust  (not forgetting to clean the filter and empty it so as not to send the dust back into the air!) as dust and dust mites can contribute to allergic reactions. Having wooden, vinyl or tiled floors helps to alleviate this issue

It is important to be made aware of the negative effects of humidity in a house, especially with the recent weather we have been having. Reducing the humidity with a dehumidifier makes it a lot harder for mould and mildew to grow, and really gives dust mites a hard time too! Reducing moisture levels in your house will improve respiratory conditions like asthma making breathing a lot more easy and dramatically reducing levels of wheezing and snoring – in adults as well as infants. (A drier environment in the house will have benefits on your daily tasks too; clothes left to dry inside will do so quicker for example, and food will stay fresher longer).



Certainly something for me to consider as I try and provide Tiniest man with a snuffle free start !

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Wednesday, 8 July 2015

Yoghurts on the go

Both the boys are yoghurt monsters, gobbling down at least one a day. It's a great way for them to increase their calcium intake and is one of their  healthier pudding options.  Petits Filous is one of our favourite ranges so when we heard about the new pouches we were keen to give them a try.



The pouches are available in three different flavours: strawberry, raspberry and apricot. Priced at 79p each however I picked them up on offer three for £2.



Like the yoghurts pots these are a great size for children and have resealable tops. The pouches are made with a straw type dispenser making the yoghurts easy to consume when out and about. They are also great for messy little ones like tiny man who usually ends up wearing as much from the pot as he has eaten.


Little man said that they were delicious and soon demolished the first pouch, he also enjoyed it as a drink with his breakfast. Daddy has also  packed one of these in his lunch box so that he doesn't need to worry about spoons.

These yoghurts would be perfect as addition to al fresco dining, as ice cool refreshing drinking after playing in the garden, or in a lunchbox (without the worry of yoghurt being spilt everywhere).

Although these are more expensive than conventional yoghurts pots they will be sure to feature in our picnic basket this summer.

We love:

The straw type dispenser- no need for spoons
The sturdy pouch packaging and re-sealable factor
The convience of being more portable
Our favourite flavours

We would like:

Multipack options
A more competitive price

Disclaimer: We were provided a payment to purchase the Petits Filous but all thoughts and opinions are our own.

Friday, 3 July 2015

Baby Shower Invites - Feather grey review

It's no secret that I do love a little party and all the planning that comes with it and I am a particular stickler when it comes to invites and matching paraphernalia. When planning a party I tend to choose a theme and purchase all the matching accessories so when the lovely Kate at Feather Grey offered to design some personalised baby shower invites I jumped at the opportunity.

The invitations are handmade so I requested a mint green colour as we didn't know babies gender so wanted something unisex and i thought it would be something a bit different. I was also sent co-ordinating cupcake toppers, table confetti and decoration pom-poms.

When the parcel arrived I was instantly impressed with the attention to detail with products wrapped in tissue paper and everything was contained within cellophane wrapping.

The mint green theme was very pretty and the added detail of a  cute little greet elephant made these perfect for a baby related event.. The table confetti completed the theme beautifully with little mint green and white elephant shapes, with little eyes and ears details.


The invites had been personalised with baby's surname and event details, however these could be left blank to add your own. Personally I would of like to seen a to field so that invite could be addressed to each attendee but this can be added on the envelopes that are supplied. The invites were great quality and a firm card had been used.

Again the cupcake toppers had the same print and were on a long straw which made a great centrepiece display and also sat well on the cakes.



The personalised bunting was beautiful and very well made and was thread onto a very elegant white ribbon.


Thank you cards are also produced in the same print which carries the themes right through.


I loved the print and the personalised touch. It was fantastic to have the theme running throughout the event. The colour coordinated pompoms completed the range beautifully.

Feather Grey cater for all sorts of occasions check their range out here.
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