I love teeny tiny. Anyone who knows me knows this well.
So when I found out I was pregnant, I embarked on a mission to collect all the small things I could get my hands on.
You know, for the kid.
Before he was even born, I’d bought him a small dining table, small chairs, small cups, and small plates.
But try as I might, I couldn’t find any adorable pint-sized cutlery.
Eventually, I caved and went for the cheap and plentiful utensils from Ikea. They came in packs of, like, a million, and they did the trick, so I couldn’t complain.
But it always irked me that at more formal occasions and holidays, I couldn’t set my son’s tiny table to look like a miniature size of my own.
And then I stumbled upon Cutelery.
A Cut(e) Above the Rest
Cutelery provides adorable toddler- and kid-sized cutlery in a beautiful stainless steel look. There’s a toddler set and a transition set, which allows almost-big-kids to practice their utensil use before they transition to regular sized forks, spoons, and knives.
Needless to say, I was immediately hooked.
Teeny tiny utensils that look and feel like the real thing?? Yes please!
My little guy loves having something his tiny hands can easily grip, and I, as always, love having something that looks adorable.
Their utensils come in the two aforementioned sizes to accommodate growing grasps, so I’m looking forward to getting my own hands on every set!
Cutelery is, indeed, a cut(e) above the rest!
Go forth and eat well, little kiddos! And start with dessert. 😉