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Product description

Color:Pink

Features:
This set includes 1pc newborn wrap and 1pc hat, fits babies aged 0- 1 month.
Designed for newborn memorable photography shoots.
Put this outfits on to capture adorable baby pictures.
Premium cotton material, soft, breathable and comfortable.
Perfect for memorable photography shoots, gift for baby shower etc.

Specification:
Item Name: Newborn Photography Props
Recom Age: 0- 1 Month
Material: Cotton
Color: Beige, White, Light Green, Pink, Yellow, Green ( Optional )

Note:
Please allow 1- 3cm ( 0. 4- 1. 18" ) difference due to manual measurement and slight color variation for different display setting.

Package Included:
1* Baby Wrap
1* Hat

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