Thursday, 3 July 2014

Sassy Bloom subscription box

Before i started my blog i had never heard of Sassy Bloom or subscription box's for that matter but as i got to know other bloggers via twitter i heard a few people mention them and i thought they sounded great so when i seen that Sassy Bloom had a offer on where you could buy a box for just £1 plus £4.95 postage i just had to get one to try out for myself.  Sophia. 


Sassy Bloom is a monthly subscription gift box service for babies up to the age of two year's old. The box's normally cost £29 per month  and you are free to cancel at any time but there is cheaper options if you sign up for longer subscriptions and if you check there website they often have special offers on for your first box or you can buy one of box's as a gift for someone. When you order your box you put the child's name , age, gender and then fill in some details such as if they have a allergy, if they have a dummy etc. And Sassy Bloom then create a gift box that is suitable for your child based on the information you provide and each gift box has contents inside that are worth at least £40.

I ordered the box on the tuesday night and it arrived on the thursday morning and i actually got two box's and they were addressed to Sophia which i thought was cute. The first box was a plain brown box and when we opened it up there was a Cloud b twilight turtle in i had actually been looking at these in Fenwicks priced £29.99 a while ago as i was thinking of getting one for Sophia and the baby so i was really pleased with this and Sophia loves it as it projects star's onto the ceiling which she is amazed at.

The second box was a lovely Sassy Bloom gift box which was gorgeous and when you opened it up everything inside was wrapped in tissue paper. In this box there was a summer infant tiny diner place mat which is ideal for Sophia as she is at that age where she just picks plates up and throws them away so we have to put her food straight onto her highchair or table which can get very messy so these are ideal as we can just put her food on this mat and it makes cleaning up much easier i find it useful to take it with us when we go out for meals as it folds up small and fits in her changing bag as i don't want Sophia eating off a table in public in case of germs. We also got some Tommee Tippee disposable bibs which again are great for if we are eating out so Sophia does not make a mess of her clothes and they can be thrown away afterwards so we don't have to take a dirty bib home with us. We got a pack of four baby spoons which we will use and are the perfect size for Sophia to learn to use herself. And lastly we got a bumpkin wet bag which is ideal for when Sophia goes swimming. Everything that we got we will use and is perfect for Sophia i can not fault anything in the box.






The contents of the box are
  • Cloud b twilight turtle RRP £29.99
  • Summer infant tiny diner place mat RRP £11
  • Tommee Tippee disposable bibs RRP £5.99
  • Beaba 4pk spoons RRP £9.99
  • Bumpkins wet bag RRP £11.99  
The total value of the box is £68.96 so it is more then the £29 that you would pay for a Sassy Bloom box and is amazing value for the £1 i paid for it. And all the products are perfect for Sophia and are from well known brands which is a relief as i was expecting loads of product samples and cheap stuff with a subscription box which was not the case at all.

I have actually just got my second Sassy Bloom box and again everything in it is perfect for Sophia and are things that we will use. I really love these box's and i am glad i came across the special offer to buy a one and try it out for myself. I would love to continue getting them every month but as i will be having another baby soon and i also have Chloe i don't think that i will be able to keep getting them but if i only had the one child i would continue to get these delivered every month as they are amazing value and i love when they arrive and i get to see what gifts are inside the box.

*  I paid for this Sassy Bloom box myself when it was on special offer for £1 in May 2014. I was not asked to write this post or paid in anyway and all views are my own honest view of the products in the box. I just thought i would share what was in my sassy bloom box in case anyone else is considering getting a one.

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