Traditional First Christmas Personalised Onesie/T-shirt
Introducing a traditional Christmas print that’s sure to steal the hearts of festive season fans! Commemorate your little one’s first Christmas with this personalised onesie or tshirt that simply states “First Christmas” customised with their name and the year.
A lovely Christmas tree illustration adds an extra special touch to this outfit. The Traditional First Christmas print can suit names of any length with designs varying slightly to accommodate fit.
Matches perfectly with our Magical Christmas T-shirt for older siblings.
The T-shirts are available in sizes 000 – 5 and onesies in sizes 0000 – 1. Consult our sizing chart for further information. Press stud buttons are used in the shoulder of all onesies and for T-shirts sizes 000-0 to make dressing your little one a breeze (well a little easier). Our T-shirts for older kids (sizes 1-5) have a stretchy neck to make getting it on and off easy.
- Machine wash at 30 C with like colours or handwash
- Do not bleach.
- Iron low heat.
- Do not iron print
- Do not dry-clean.
- Tumble dry low
- Can be soaked in Napisan or equivalent
- Fabric may fade from sun exposure. This is not considered to be a flaw.
$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