Modern Cursive Script Keepsake Personalised Baby Shoes
These personalised keepsake baby shoes look simply luxurious. With a first and middle name printed in a stunning script font beautifully offset with a strong last name printed underneath, this design is modern and chic.
The second shoe features the birth time, birth date, birth weight, and birth length in a stunning mix of bold, standard and cursive fonts. A keen eye for design see’s that these font pairings are a match made in heaven – and these matching shoes are a must-have for your little ones nursery.
Available in only one tiny baby shoe size, these shoes are designed to be a commemorative piece to remember all of the little details of your precious bundle of joy. This is a fantastic display piece – in the home or on the ‘gram.
Choose from a range of print colours to truly tailor this design to your tastes.
Please note, size and placement of texts may vary depending on the length of names. This is to achieve optimal aesthetic of the shoe design.
- Do not wash
- Spot clean with a cloth or use a toothbrush and apply a very small amount of a wool wash such as Martha Gardner. Do not rub excessively.
- Do not iron.
- Do not dry-clean.
$10 - Australia Post (Track and trace)
Allow 3-5 working days for major cities. Allow longer for regional areas.
$14 - Australia Post (Track and trace)
Allow 2-3 working days for major cities. Allow up to 2 extra days for regional areas.
Our personalised products are made to order, and since we know how fast babies grow (and how excited you are to give a gift or see your little one in a brand new personalised outfit) we strive to get your order to you as soon as possible. We have a standard 3 day turnaround on our products, plus postage time.
Our personalised range of products are made to order. As a result, we do not offer refunds for these products unless they are faulty. Each clothing item has a sizing guide, so please choose carefully.
If you have an issue with a product, please contact us with your order number and details about the issue