What they're saying...

"This store offers the best baby products of it's kind anywhere around and has quite possibly the friendliest staff in the Memphis area"

"It is fabulous. Love the brands, the design, the layout, etc. It is adorable!"

"Unique products. Good customer service. Pleasant atmosphere. Inviting window displays."

Our store features items and local artists like...

  • Nursery Bedding
  • Children's Bedding
  • Bedroom Furniture
  • Art & Wall Decor
  • Unique Clothing
  • Strollers & Car Seats
  • Baby Registry
  • Mealtime Essentials
  • Playtime Goodies
  • Bathtime Accessories
  • Gifts for Mom & Dad
  • One of a Kinds

Off to Hawaii!

May 31, 2011 | By
Well folks, I'm taking off. Brent (my husband) and I are headed to Hawaii for ten beautiful days in the sun and sand.

I don't tell you this to make you jealous, I promise. I tell you this because I'm going to steal a quick minute to go tour the Ergo Baby headquarters.  I bet you didn't know it was based out of Hawaii, did you!


I'm so excited to meet the creators and see the inner workings. I LOVE the Ergo baby carriers, and this is just the icing on the cake!

Stay tuned, I'll be sure to take lots of pictures. It will feel like y'all are there with me...maybe :)

See you in a couple weeks!

- Stephanie

Summer Art Camp!

Apr 29, 2011 | By
Looking for a fun, creative way to keep your kiddies entertained for part of the summer? Look no further than the Summer Art Adventures at St. George's Independent School!


St. George's own Mrs. Thompson is holding a week-long summer art camp for children in Rising JK through 3rd. Classes are held June 13-17 at the Germantown campus. Your kids will experiment with water colors, oil pastels, dying and texture, just to name a few!

Registration Details

  • June 13-17, 12:00 noon-3pm each day
  • Held at St. George's Germantown campus
  • Taught by Mrs. Priscilla Thompson
  • Children must bring a snack, water bottle and a large white tee shirt
  • Registration fee of $145/child for the entire week
  • Call (901) 261-2323 or email Mrs. Thompson at pthompson@sgis.org to register
Space is limited, so sign up quick!

- The Girls at Itty Bitty Bella

Easter Egg-Stravaganza!

Apr 15, 2011 | By
Grab the kiddies and join Itty Bitty Bella at the Hope Church Easter Egg-Stravaganza tomorrow- Saturday, April 16, 2011!

From 10am-12pm (rain or shine!) you can enjoy an Easter egg hunt by age group, egg coloring and plenty of fun Easter games.  Admission is free so take advantage of the festivities and head on over!


(Image courtesy of Classic Events by Kris)

Be sure to stop by and say "hi", as we'll have our table set up with lots of Itty Bitty Bella goodies!

- The Girls at Itty Bitty Bella

It's A...

Apr 04, 2011 | By
Girl? Boy? Are you dying to know? How about revealing the gender of the baby at a "gender reveal party"?

It's the latest trend and it's gaining momentum as more and more couples opt to share the news at a party devoted especially to the baby. Any excuse for a celebration, right?!

If you're planning on throwing a gender reveal party there are few things you need to know so you can plan the perfect surprise. We just finished throwing a reveal party for Megan, one of the gals at Bella Vita (it's a girl, by the way!), so here's what we learned:

gender reveal party invitation
Find cute invites. Make sure to keep them gender neutral so you don't put ideas into anyone's head! We used Tiny Prints and were very happy with the service and designs.

reveal party cupcakes
The biggest thing is probably deciding how to reveal the gender. One idea is to have a cake baked with either a pink or blue center and when mom and dad cut into it everyone will get to see the outcome. Another way (and our favorite!) is to have cupcakes made that are pink or blue inside. That way, everyone at the party gets to bite into their own cupcake and find out the gender.

Whatever you decide to do, make sure the icing is a gender-neutral color so it doesn't give away the surprise! We favored green, yellow and orange. But turquoise and red would be good colors to throw into the mix as well.

If you're throwing the party (or in charge of the cake/cupcakes) make sure mom and dad give you the envelope from the ultrasound. The doctor should have written the gender (or included an ultrasound picture) for mom and dad to give to you. Note to moms and dads: don't peek during the ultrasound! You wouldn't want to ruin your own surprise!

Mom and Dad Reveal
The longer you keep the guests waiting, the more suspenseful it becomes! Plan a couple of games that require the guests to choose sides. Have them hold up pictures of the mom or dad as a baby so they can show what "team" they are on, or have them write baby names to declare their team.

Lastly, make sure you have someone working the camera and video. You won't want to forget mom and dad's reaction when they bite into their cake!

We love the idea of a gender reveal party because it builds the same level of surprise and excitement as waiting until the baby is born...but without the waiting part!

Happy party planning!

- The Girls at Itty Bitty Bella
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