If this is the case, then personalizing your baby bedding sets becomes easier. You just need to grab the baby bedding sets that you love, and plan around it. For instance, you could have the name embroidered on the pillow cases, or you could add little creative touches in the crib skirt or if the baby bedding comes with a matching hamper for soiled diapers, you could put small patches, ribbons, or letters on them to tie them in with the rest of the nursery motif.
Do the parents of the baby have a preference in material used in the baby's bedding? More and more parents are choosing to go with an organic cotton blend for their newborns room. Even though organic fabrics are available, you might be limited with your choices.
The most popular, perhaps, are gender neutral baby crib Bedding sets. These come in varied color palettes, allowing us not to get hung up on pink or blue, and choose something totally unique for the child. For example, a palette can feature the colors of a blue lagoon and brown bark, which creates a popular blue-brown combination. Another popular color scheme is cream and chocolate, which creates a comfy beige scheme. The bedding with colorful hand-sewn patches will create a feeling of comfort, calm, and loving hands for your newborn.
Many sets can come with their own diaper stackers. This is a material that works as a storage device for diapers, baby care products and toys. This part of the set can be designed with a pattern that matches the other items in the set.
When purchasing sets, try to get at least two different designs that both correspond to the factors stated above. This way, parents will have no problem using a fresh set while the other one is in the wash. Also, this change in bedding would offer the child a variety in colors and designs, making the room more entertaining for them.
If you are planning to decorate your infant crib bedding set with a theme you can simply go for attractive colors, cartoon characters, and animal pictures. When you choose the colors, keep in mind that colors like blue and green have a calming effect, cream or white will make the room feel less cozy, and bright colors are warm. Study the movements and gestures of your baby to note his preference in colors and then you can make him/her happy by decorating the bedding with that particular color.
The design should have a lot of fluff, swirls, and curls. Try thinking about what little girls favorite thing are: flowers, clouds, hearts, stars, dogs and other babies.