Personalised Baby Blanket, Plushie & Swaddle Australia – Blankids

Blankids is a company based in Australia that makes personalized swaddles, baby blankets, and plushies. These are made of soft cuddly plush fabric and come in several sizes. Customers can personalise the baby blanket with their photo or message to make it extra special for the new baby in their life.

Who Are They?

Blankids was started by a first-time parents couple but found it difficult to find baby gifts that they thought were special enough. They wanted their child’s first present to be a gift that would remind the baby of how loved they were.

After the arrival of their child, they set out to create personalised gifts for newborns that were both beautiful and meaningful. They settled on personalised baby blankets with photos of the new baby – making their creation different from most others that customers could buy at the store. The parents wanted to give their baby a keepsake that they could treasure for years and then pass on to the next generation.

The couple decided to start Blankids with $10 000 of their own money and did most of the work themselves. After six months, they had developed a working prototype, and they were ready to take their business online. They began selling their first blankets at a local show but soon found the website was getting more views than they could manage by themselves.

They turned to an online marketing company that helped market their products using social media. This increased exposure led to sales in the first year, and in total, they have sold more than 10 000 blankets.

Their products continue to grow in popularity, appealing to new parents looking for a unique baby gift personalised with their photo or words of wisdom. The business has just expanded into selling personalised plush, and they plan to introduce new products soon.

 

Custom Name Your Baby’s Blankets

The Baby name blankets are made in three different sizes-small, medium and large – with costs ranging from $35 to $80. New parents might want to wait and see the baby’s birth weight before ordering, but it is possible to order a blanket larger than the expected size if they grow quickly.

The company offers free postage within Australia when customers spend over $50. Customers can for between two and six weeks.

According to some customers, one of the best things about Blankids is that it offers quick delivery times for personalised gifts. As well as providing free postage within Australia, the company also ships outside of the country at $7 per order.

Customers can expect to receive their gift within two weeks of ordering, faster than some other personalised baby gift companies.

 

Personalised Plushies

The blankets are high quality, making them not only great for cuddling against the skin but also suitable for machine washing. Their soft plush fabric is easy to clean and stays looking good even after repeated use.

Baby’s Personalised Swaddles

Breathable, whisper-soft, and lightweight swaddles come in several colors. Blankids also provides personalised rompers, bibs, swaddles, and burp cloths. They make exceptional baby shower gifts or when a new member of the family joins your household. Blankids also offers plush toys in the shape of cute bears with personalised name designs on them.

Blankids has enjoyed great success so far and only plans to expand further in the coming months. They intend to grow into a global brand, providing personalised gifts for newborns, new parents, and, of course, babies.

How to Contact Them?

Website: https://blankids.com.au

If you have any questions, please message or email them at hello@blankids.com.au and expect a response within 24-48 hours.

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