Wondering what to put in a baby gift basket? This list provides lots of ideas so baby and new parents are cozy and comfortable.

A glorious welcome

You want every baby gift basket you make to be extra special, right? It must contain items that are traditional as gifts yet unique for every family. Some of those details are found in the main how to make a gift basket article. In addition, you listen to what the customer orders and suggest interesting items she may not know you have.

This bountiful combination of her requests and your suggestions will make the gift a showcase at the baby shower. When it arrives with the customer or through your own delivery, everyone will ask, “Where did you get that gift basket?” Isn’t that terrific?

One huge influence on this design’s contents is what entertainers receive when giving birth. Stay aware of what you read about their gift baskets. It’s okay if you are unable to buy certain items. Just stay aware in case you can buy and promote llama booties and carriers seen in photographs.

The beauty in making these newborn collections is the option to skip a basket and choose another container, and there are many.

You may think that non-basket containers don’t have good stability, but think again. I’ve made gift baskets using small, skinny pocketbooks as the container, so you can definitely create a baby gift basket from any of the containers listed below. Try it, and see for yourself.

Baby containers

  • Diaper bag
  • Doll crib
  • Stroller
  • Bathing tub
  • Baby swing
  • Changing station
  • Oversized shoe bootie

What to put in a baby gift basket

  • Bottles
  • Bottle warmer
  • Nail clippers
  • Hangers
  • Bibs
  • Caps
  • Socks
  • Kimono
  • Blanket
  • Rattles
  • Bank
  • Plush animal
  • Diapers
  • Anti-rash cream
  • Washcloths
  • Burp cloths
  • Booties
  • Crib mobile
  • Outlet guards
  • Teething toys
  • Changing pad
  • Hooded robe
  • Growth chart
  • Photo album
  • Sunscreen SPF 30
  • First year journal
  • Feeding dish and spoon
  • Organic shampoo
  • Mild soaps, powders, lotions
  • Keepsake hair locket, footprint, hand print containers

Partial content list from the book, How to Start a Home-Based Gift Basket Business, by Shirley George Frazier.