Wee Boutique carries custom creations made with ingenuity, skill and love by local moms and grandmothers. If looking for something unique to give as a baby gift or if you prefer hand-made clothes and accessories for your own child, Wee Boutique has a wide-selection of unique items.
Each custom creation has a story behind it. From why a creator began making the item to how they came up with the idea. Many of the moms started by making items for their own children. Others just enjoy having an outlet for their creativity.
Pillow Case Dresses: Jenn Sifferman began making the dresses for her two girls, Sofia and Isabella, when she wanted the girls to wear matching outfits. Now her cute and colorful dresses, tied with coordinating ribbon, are an easy outfit to slip on any little girl.
Doll Clothes: Jan Mead started making doll clothes for her granddaughter Maddy. With 13 grandchildren and one great-grandchild, Jan soon discovered that they she really enjoyed playing with dolls and making unique clothes for all occasions.
Ring Sling & Teething Ring: Tiffany Gonzalez was looking for a baby sling and teething ring carrier to keep her little one, Eliana, close to her while keeping her hands free while shopping or out and about. Tiffany created the Ring Sling out of hand-woven fabric. She also has it available in linen. All slings include a pocket for extra practicality. Eliana is holding an organic teething ring made from maple wood. Looking for something chemical-free for her baby, the teething ring can also be placed in the freezer for teething gums.
Super Hero Capes: Amber Bailey made her first super hero cape for a gift, bearing the first initial of the child’s name. It was a hit at the birthday party! Seeing parents’ and children’s interest in the capes, she began making more of them for both boys and girls. Amber is mom to three kids.
Bib & Burp Clothes: When Lea Szymanski saw her sister start to sew, she figured she could learn too. So about a year ago she began to create her reversible bibs and burp clothes in a variety of colorful fabrics for boys and girls. With her children 6 and 3 years old, she missed out on using her own creations as a mom.
Headband bow & Bottle Cap Necklaces: Erin Bratspis, a former teacher and now stay-at-home mom with two children, looked to supplement her income by creating the headband bows and bottle cap necklaces. Erin can create custom orders of matching bows and necklaces a gift sets.