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Big Welcome Home Baby Gift Set - Dim Sum Collection

Onesie Size

Dim Sum is the most popular form of Cantonese cuisine with it's unique twist on tapas-style eatery. These delicious dishes are served in bamboo steamers, traditionally presented out of rolling carts. Eating dim sum is usually a happy and boisterous occasion when family and friends gather to sip tea and eat a variety of dishes that are steamed, fried or baked goods - recipes that have been mastered over generations. This delicious set will make the perfect  gift for baby boy or girl!


Each set includes the following items:

  • Our fair-trade, handcrafted Siu Mai Bean doll made with 100% premium cotton and polyester filling (approximate size is 9cm x 8cm)*
  • Our super soft fleece milestone photography blanket in "Dim Sum"  (extra large size in 120 x 120cm) - also comes with ribbon markers!
  • Our swaddle in "Dim Sum" made from 70% bamboo and 30% organic cotton (size is 120 x 120cm)
  • Our 2 piece set of 100% organic cotton bandana bibs in "Dim Sum"
  • Our 2 piece set of 100% organic cotton bandana bibs in "Milk Tea & Egg Tart"
  • Our organic cotton onesie in "Dim Sum" (available in 0-3M, 3-6M, 6-12M, 12-18M)
  • Eco-Friendly: All items are packaged in an organza pouch and gift packaged in our cotton drawstring bag

*Please note exact size may vary as this is a unique handcrafted item!


We are proud to support Angels for Children. A portion of our proceeds is donated to their project with Bali Kids, supporting pregnant mothers with HIV. To prevent exposing the baby to HIV, these mothers have to undergo a C-section and they are advised against breastfeeding. Your purchase will go towards supporting a mother's medical bill and formula costs and ultimately, will help prevent a child from a lifetime of carrying HIV.

Customer Reviews

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Angie Mong
Nice products

We love the special Hong Kong design which brings fond memories for our friends in Europe now.

Thank you so much for your feedback! We're glad your friends can have a little taste of Hong Kong wherever they are