Preparing for Baby.. Preferably in Style - Estella

Preparing for Baby.. Preferably in Style

February 28, 2011

What do a Fashion Executive, Pediatric Physical Therapist and a Private Chef have in common?

Meet Chelsea, Rachel and Diana. Three busy, professional and fabulous mothers who brilliantly thought up Sissy+Marley, a luxury baby concierge service.


What exactly does “baby concierge” mean?

Sissy+Marley, based in New York City, are like a full service chef/personal shopper/photographer/fairy godmother all rolled into one service. They customize packages based on their client’s needs, whether it’s  styling (for you and baby!), Nursery Interior Design,  Stylish Event Planning, Registry assistance, Personal shopping, Chic Social stationery, Private Baby food prep classes, Belly and Newborn photography and the list goes on…

We personally love their styling packages which range from Cocoon Couture to Hot Mama.

Learn more about Sissy+Marley at their website http://sissyandmarley.com/






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