Oh these wintry cold days could have gotten us all in a funk if you hadn't filled our inbox with your heart warming photos. With over 100 entries and each one unique we are simply smitten with all these faces shining beneath the brims of our bonnets!
These darling pictures will enjoy the luxury of a 45% off discount code.[caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="484"] Wearing our Holiday Beaufort Bonnet in Richmond Red with Worth Ave. White Piping.[/caption] [caption id="attachment_1047" align="aligncenter" width="487"] Loving those cheeks that peek out beneath our Greenbriar Gingham Beaufort Bonnet. [/caption] [caption id="attachment_1049" align="aligncenter" width="497"] Say hello to happiness with our Hampton's Hot Pink Corduroy Bonnet.[/caption]
This lucky lady and lad will enjoy a 25% discount code.[caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="498"] Holiday Beaufort Bonnet in Richmond Red with Worth Ave. White Piping.[/caption] [caption id="attachment_1048" align="aligncenter" width="484"] Lounging in our Barringer Boy Bonnet in Nantucket Navy Corduroy. [/caption]
Of course we can't resist drawing from a lucky bonnet. Our grand prize winner of the $75 gift certificate is.....[caption id="attachment_1071" align="aligncenter" width="487"] Those baby blues are brimmed by Holiday Beaufort Bonnet in Richmond Red with Worth Ave. White Piping.[/caption]
Congratulations to all our winners. Please contact email@example.com to receive your prize!
Holly really made us blush when she said, "Sew Unique cannot get enough of T.B.B.C.!! It makes work so fun when you are selling items you LOVE and I truly feel blessed to carry the line!!" Well Holly, we 'LOVE YOU MORE' (wink)! TBBC couldn't be happier with your creative displays; we're very grateful for your support.Fairhope is a small town in southern Alabama and is known for its 1/2 a city block of upscale boutiques. (Can we say, yes please!?) A great upcoming event in the area is the annual Arts and Crafts Festival. Always held on the third weekend in March, vendors line the streets and set up booths to sell their best works. It's an amazing festival and brings in crowds of up to 300,000 to the area.
We hope you know that we love our customers and appreciate all of your business. As we move into a new year we hope to offer you the best shopping experience possible. We would be ever so grateful to hear from you. So if you could be a dear and fill out this quick survey we'd be happier than a baby in a bonnet. (click on the picture to be redirected to the survey)
Nothing gives us more thrills and chills than seeing how you style your darling children in Beaufort Bonnet Company apparel. Since the launch of our Wintry Mix contest on Facebook we have been swooning daily as your precious pictures fill our inbox! We want to see all your sassy snow bunnies and stunning sweethearts in their T.B.B.C. attire.[caption id="attachment_930" align="aligncenter" width="466"] Amy Hobbs was last years Wintry Mix contest winner! Thanks for playing again![/caption]
To enter simply submit your pictures to: info@thebeaufortbonnetcomp
To be officially entered into the contest you must LIKE & SHARE your photo when we post it into our Wintery Mix album. One lucky winner will receive a $75 gift card. We will be handpicking our top 5 favorites from all our submissions, and one grand prize winner will be drawn from a Bonnet February 15th. Who wouldn't want to win with spring just around the corner; we know you are just as anxious as we are to break out the seersucker!
We can't wait to see more of your little darlings!
We couldn't decide what ya'll might prefer so to your opinions we defer.
Here's how to play!
1. Follow The Beaufort Bonnet Company on Twitter.
2. Let us know which gift you would rather win:
When we spotted Nathaniel Paul Richmond in our Nantucket Navy Corduroy Jack Keene Jon Jon we all agreed, we were staring at style. Dashing & debonair- no doubt!
We love how his stylist personalized his Jack Keene Jon Jon with Keeneland Khaki thread- such a classic and gentleman- like combination. And his hat and knee socks are the definition of dapper! But before we get too carried away, everyone knows it’s always the person in the clothes who ultimately communicates style. With his happy spirit, adorable hair, and precious little face, we had to give Mr. Richmond a call and discover the man behind the Jon Jon. Here’s what we learned:
If you were to search my desk; my sophisticated baby stationary would certainly be adorned with the monogram nRp.
People who know me well call me: Nano
My greatest accomplishment to date is:
Climbing on top of my rocking chair to steal a paci from my crib. (Don't worry Mom, my balancing skills are really advanced.)
If you looked under my bed you might find:
My paci stash. My mom is convinced I have several hiding spots. What's a fella to do when his mom designates bedtime as the only paci appropriate time of day?
The best thing about Christmas was:
My new ambulance just like my dad works on!! I also enjoyed taking all the ornaments off the tree.
My favorite thing to pull out of my mommy's closet is:
Her slippers; they're pretty comfy.
Currently on my bedroom floor is:
Blankies. I thought I should empty my blanket drawer while mom was doing laundry.
Mommy has used me as an excuse to buy:
I'm pretty sure she uses me as an excuse to buy everything; I obviously need a lot.
My most memorable mess was:
The first time I figured out where the Tupperware was. Boy was that super fun! Especially for mom; she seemed pretty excited to stack it all back together.
I really get excited when:
My Mimi or YaYa give me things my mom doesn't let me have! Ice cream and cookies apparently don't exist at my house.
I would describe my style as:
Sweet, southern, and preppy! My mom always tells people she likes to dress babies as babies.I wear a lot of bubbles, smocks and monograms just like my Nantucket Navy Jack Keene Jon Jon. !Well Nathaniel, it was certainly our pleasure getting to know you. MWAH!!!!! - T.B.B.C.
Valentine's Day is right around the corner, and on this holiday dedicated to love; we just had to talk about two of the things we Love the most.......Books and Beaufort Bonnet fashion!!! one.Plant a Kiss is a clever and darling little read. With it's rhyming story, charismatic characters and sparkles......we're pretty sure you'll fall head over heels for this story. Of course who wouldn't want to plant a kiss on a baby wrapped in our Richmond Red Sweet Bow Swaddle?!!! two. The Day it Rained Hearts is a whimsical little Valentine's day tale that will shower you with delight. Little Cornelia Augusta finds the perfect friends to send the hearts she catches from the sky. (with a name like that we're pretty sure she's from the south) The only way we could love this book more would be to see sweet little Cornelia sporting a Valentine's Day Beaufort Bonnet instead of her yellow rain hat. three.
This cute story is more about making a friend than falling in love- but that's close enough- right? Everywhere they go, the dog bullies the cat and the cat teases the dog. The dog and cat's personalities combined with dialogue offer a fun explanation for why cats and dogs chase each other. Finally, they bond over digging up bones and a true friendship is born.
Does your home have a similar story of it's own? (You know, the
cat and dog children currently running across your white rug throwing juice at eachother?) If so, an illustrator would probably draw your little Valentines in a Richmond Red Corduroy Juliet Jumper and a Richmond Red Corduroy Jack Keene Jon Jon.
Oh Silly Tilly lives up to her name in this story when she has a feeling today is a special day but forgets why. See what clues help her discover that it's actually Valentine's Day! This series is great for your preschool age children who will giggle and grin as this amusing story unfolds.
I'm sure Silly Tilly would have felt a bit better about her day if she had been wrapped in a monogrammed pink Queen of Cashmere Crew Neck Cardigan. Yes she would have been toasty warm while out in the cold snow and been stylish to boot!
five. The Valentine's Bears. You really can't get more classic than Eve Bunting and Jan Brett when it comes to children's literature. Poor Mr. and Mrs. Bear always miss Valentine's Day as they hibernate the winter away in their cave. This year Mrs. Bear has a special surprise up her fur! Detailed black and white pictures show wonderful winter scenes with pops of red color bouncing off the pages to give you a true Valentine's Day feel. The story is a bit text heavy for younger readers but it's illustrations lend to a wonderful picture walk as well!
Of course, if it were up to us we may have had the loving bears decked out in something a little more special for their first Valentine's Day. Like a Worth Ave. White Beaufort Bucket for Mr. Bear; and a Plantation Pink Corduroy Beaufort Bonnet for Mrs. Bear. Both monogrammed in red of course!
I know that's five but.... one more little suggestion... because Olive you!
Olive You will give everyone in the family a loving laugh this Valentine's Day. Children's funny bones will be tickled pink as you read through this lift the flap knock knock book. Lighthearted and loving, these short words of laughter will make them smile for years to come.
We can just hear you funny mommies asking your children now:
Arthur any chocolates left for me?
While we're on the subject of being tickled pink; who wouldn't be with their baby girl set for Valentine's in our Valentine Beverly Bow Bloomers!!!??
xoxo, The Beaufort Bonnet Company
If you have ever been to Savannah, GA you know that posh shopping in quaint little stores is what they do best. The Beaufort Bonnet Company is delighted to have SaraJane Children's Boutique carrying our line in their little polka dot shop. You can currently find Sara Jane displaying The Beaufort Bonnet Company style in Kennedy Caps, Plantation Pink Beaufort Bonnets, Worth Ave. White Bonnets, Lauderdale Lavender Seersucker Bonnet, Sawyer Sun Hat, and a Bloomer Set in Boca Grande Begonia. Of course what is a southern baby without southern style? Sara Jane Children's Boutique can help you achieve the perfect look for your precious little one. Of course you wouldn't be caught dead buying something in Savannah you couldn't monogram. Sara Jane can help you avoid this tragic mistake. How adorable is this Lexington Lime Lainey monogram on our Pink Savannah Seersucker Bonnet. ?!
202 East 37th Street, Savannah, Ga. 31401