About us… Dizzy Rattle bespoke baby gifts was inspired by the birth of my two baby nieces in 2012.
Whilst researching the market for a novel and unusual baby gift for my nieces I found myself disappointed by the lack of colour and quality of bespoke baby gifts on the market. I decided to start designing my own products especially for parents who wanted quality above all else!
I started by shipping a nappy cake made entirely from reusable items all the way to Australia to cater for my sister in law who did not want to dress my niece in baby pink. Instead I provided her with an English Country Garden theme cake including pretty yellows and purples. This cake proved to be the inspiration for all future Dizzy Rattle products!
Dizzy Rattle has continued to develop into its own unique brand, incorporating the Dizzy Rattle logo into many of the products included in our bespoke gifts. Dizzy Rattle has gone on to produce bespoke baby gifts for company employees about to start their maternity leave, centre pieces at baby showers and small token gifts amongst friends.
We continue to work with the best baby item specialists on the market to provide you with the finest quality products available.
Quirky and individual – let us provide you with a Dizzy Rattle gift like no other!
A Buyers Guide…
For those of you that don’t know….
A Nappy Cake is constructed using tiers of nappies and other desirable items for parents and baby. Looking both sophisticated and stylish Nappy Cakes are an ideal centrepiece for baby showers.
A clothing bouquet is made from items of baby clothing and constructed to resemble a bouquet of flowers. Unlike expensive real flowers, our bouquets will last for months!
All our products are beautifully presented, wrapped in cellophane and hand tied with organza ribbons and bows. All products include an ingredients card and co-ordinating gift tags.
When choosing a gift think about what you know about the parents to be. Maybe dad is football mad, or you’re buying for an animal print loving mum? Do they have a theme for their nursery or maybe they have mentioned a favourite colour? Are they traditionalists and prefer pink for girls and blue for boys? Or perhaps their baby is a surprise and a more neutral palette is in order. Still stuck for ideas? Contact us as we may be able to help….