Luxury Brand Partners

Luxury Brand Partners

We’ve searched the world for the finest keepsakes, “baby’s firsts” and daily essentials to complement our products. Noodle & Boo has become synonymous with luxury gifting for baby.  Whether it’s baby registry, baby showers, proud grandparents, enthusiastic family members or best friends, Noodle & Boo is often invited to the celebration. We take pride in presentation because we believe it is extra special to receive a beautifully appointed gift.  When “only the best will do,” you can trust we have found just the perfect gift for you.

Meet our Partners:

Herend, Hungary

Founded in 1826, Herend holds a rich history spanning many years, crossing many oceans and charming generation after generation to enjoy worldwide acclaim as the pinnacle in supreme porcelain, also known as “white gold.” Queen Victoria’s 1851 purchase of a large set for Windsor Castle was a milestone, setting the stage for aristocrats throughout Europe to clamor for Herend in their estates. Herend’s trademark fishnet design originated in 1858 when an artist, intrigued with a Chinese plate’s fish scale design, painted it onto a rooster figurine’s breast to imitate feathers. Legend has it that Princess Diana was delighted to figurines in her annual Christmas stocking; a perfect keepsake for your little “prince” or “princess.”

Peacock Alley, United States of America

Founded in 1973, Peacock Alley was named after the Waldorf Astoria's famed gathering space, of the same name, which was a long marble corridor where the well-to-do would congregate at the turn of the century.

Known for sourcing fabric from the finest, most responsible mills around the world - most notably in Portugal - and having them sewn in Dallas, Texas by skilled, local artisans, Peacock Alley offers luxurious bedding and bath linens in a class of its own. 

Richard Ginori, Italy

Founded in 1735, the history of the Ginori Manufactory began in Doccia, just a stone's throw away from Florence. Inspired by his passion for “white gold,” Marquis Carlo Andrea Ginori started a porcelain factory which was destined to become a worldwide icon of style. The tradition of the Florentine maison is the same as it has always been turning porcelain into pure beauty.  Acquired by Gucci, under the artistic direction of Alessandro Michele, Richard Ginori is an expression of excellence in Italy, and the world, in the high artistic manufacture of porcelain, able to combine craftsmanship, creativity and attention to progress.

Steiff, Germany

Since 1880, Steiff has been making plush toys and collectibles that set the world standard for quality. The company is perhaps best-known for its bears -- Steiff invented the Teddy bear in 1902. Vintage Steiff pieces are regularly sold on the secondary market for thousands of dollars. Steiff animals are made from mohair, alpaca, cashmere, 100 percent cotton velvet, 100 percent wool felt, and valuable woven plush – a material usually reserved for the high fashion industry. Steiff products are often considered family heirlooms and are passed from generation to generation.