As a soon-to-be new mom, you're probably looking to create a space for your sweet little girl so that she can grow up happy and healthy and beautiful. Not to mention stylish and in-the-know. Well listen to this! You're going to have a huge impact on your daughter's decisions as she grows up and probably possess quite a bit of influence as well for a good decade or so. In the meantime, why not build up the perfect nursery to make her feel like the princess she is! Pink crib sheets are an excellent way to get started.
If you'd like to go with a more classic look, we've got you covered! Caden Lane's Pink Petunia Crib Sheet
is the prettiest floral design we can dream up, with overlarge petals blooming beautifully across a white backdrop and a touch of gold ruffle trim on the edge of the crib rail cover. We know you'll fall in love! When you match the floral pink crib sheets with the pink ombre ruffle crib skirt, there's a definite chance your friends will want to steal your nursery design!
Bella's Yellow Baby Bedding
has more of an antique feel with pretty clusters of pink flowers displayed across a soft backdrop. This baby bedding collection is perfect for those moms who love pink, but don't want a pretty pink crib sheet overwhelming or overpowering the nursery. The yellow backdrop softens the blow of the pink ombre ruffle crib skirt that is normally paired with the pink crib sheets set, as well as the bold pink trim on the crib rail cover. You really can't go wrong with Bella's Yellow and Pink Crib Sheets!
If there are new moms out there who want to stay more on the traditional route, but are also brave enough to want a little edge too, then the Golden Goddess Baby Bedding
is just the collection for you! From a distance, the pink crib sheets appear to be a solid pastel shade. But upon closer inspection, you can see that there are actually gold dots shining out from the pink background! These dots add just the right amount of shine and shimmer to make your daughter feel like the princess she is!
So which is your favorite? Floral or traditional pink? Let us know in the comments below!